Posted by Tre Lawrence on February 25th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Shellrazer, the collaborative indie hit that dropped in mid-2012, will be seeing a major expansion on Feb 27.
The expansion is called “Bugzkrieg,” and gives our protagonist turtle new enemies in the form of bugs decked out in lethal alien technology. It adds a total of 30 new enemies and a new weapon: the bloop singularity cannon, which is able to dispatch undesirables via a miniature black hole.
Shellrazer is available for $3.99 in the App Store.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on December 17th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
The Princess and Dragon expansion has made its way to Carcassonne, adding new strategies with the inclusion of the Dragon, the Princess, the Fairy, and Magic Portals to the game board. The expansion is now available to download through an in-app purchase for $1.99.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on December 17th, 2013 iPad Only App - Designed for iPad
Pandemic: The Board Game gets a new expansion pack that lets users gain access to six new experts to add to their disease-fighting team. It also adds 8 new event cards that can be used to help users on their quest to save humanity. The On the Brink expansion is now available for $1.99 through in-app purchase.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on December 5th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
A new expansion is on its way to Carcassonne, named The Dragon and the Princess. This update adds the Dragon, the Princess, the Fairy, and Magic Portals to the game board. It’ll be available to download as an in-app purchase on the week before Christmas for $1.99. Also, for a limited time players can now grab the original game for $6.99 as it received a discounted price for the first time in three years.
Posted by Rob Rich on August 2nd, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
One of Playdek’s most popular iOS card games, Summoner Wars, is going through a few changes this Monday (8/5).
The most immediately noticeable difference will be the price; or rather the inclusion of one. Playdek is removing the freemium model and making the base game $0.99, with online play available right out of the box, so to speak. A “Lore” menu is also being added so that players can look up background and strategy information, and a new AI opponent is being included for those more interested in solo play.
The expansion will be available through an in-app purchase of $2.99 and includes two new armies: the Benders (pyromancers) and the Mountain Vargath (goatmen). The former focuses on controlling the actions of their rivals, while the latter is all about brute strength.
Both factions and new base game features will be available on Monday.
Fireproof Studios announced today both an expansion and a sequel for its multiple-award-winning iPad and iPhone game, The Room. According to the development team, The Room will get an expansion early this coming summer, with a sequel shortly thereafter. The expansion promises to continue the story from the original game, with some foreshadowing of the second. The sequel to The Room plans to take players to an even more spectacular place.
Posted by Rob LeFebvre on August 28th, 2012 iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
The venerable (and fun!) board game translation, Catan, gets a new expansion, available for $X.XX as an in-app purchase.
The Cities and Knights expansion introduces various new gameplay mechanics that add even more variety to Catan. Invest new trade goods in city improvements to build one of the three metropolises of Catan – but beware of the barbarians attracted by Catan’s new wealth! You’ll need your best knights to fend them off! C&K contains a short campaign and 7 challenging maps.
Today marks the launch of the first paid expansion for the acclaimed iOS version of the railroad building board game, Ticket to Ride. The Ticket to Ride Pocket: 1910 expansion includes three brand new game modes for players to enjoy and adds 35 new destinations to the game’s US map.
The 1910 Classic mode brings updated route tickets and a slight change to the rules that makes completing the most tickets crucial to winning. The 1910 Mega mode starts each player with 5 route cards instead of 3, doubles the number of available route tickets, and awards bonus points to the most completed routes. Finally, the 1910 Cities mode is a faster game mode in which players contend over a few specific routes, all starting and ending with major cities. Ten new achievements, most of which are from the 1910 pack, are also included.
The Ticket to Ride Pocket: 1910 expansion is available via in-app purchase now for $0.99, so get ready to ride the rails again.