BTG: Wars and Battles

We take a look at War and Battles, the tabletop inspired warfare game that offers realistic battle scenarios on your Apple and Android Tablets. Before the premiere of the trailer we sat down with some of the makers of the game to talk about their latest trailer for the October War 1973 campaign.

Key Features:

  • Historically Accurate: Each Wars and Battles campaign includes multiple scenarios that accurately portray historical events, including terrain, weather, unit types and characteristics, the state of military technology, modes of warfare, and more.
  • Choose Your Perspective: Oversee the battlefield in 2D, emulating traditional tabletop wargames, or play in 3D mode, mirroring a gorgeous miniatures-like experience.
  • Battle a Tough AI or Your Friends: Face off against a challenging AI opponent or play against friends and other armchair generals online via asynchronous multiplayer.

Wars and Battles is available now as premium title on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store for $6.99.

Zombies 2

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Zombies!!! 2 is, as should have already been noticed by any bearded board games’ scholar, closely related to the excellent board game Zombies!!! An expansion actually, or to elaborate a bit, a great, tidy, compact and beautifully produced expansion. Assuming those interested in Zombies!!! 2 are already Zombies!!! players (well, they really should be, as the original game is quite required to enjoy the Z!!!2 affair), I’ll get right to the new stuff. Ruleswise you get a slightly tweaked core ruleset, that helps speed the game up and clean up slight problems, a nice FAQ and quite a few brand new rules. Without wanting to spoil the overall fun-of-the-fan I’ll just mention two of them: 1) you get to ride vehicles, 2) tougher (government enhanced) zombies are introduced. Add to the improved rules:

– 15 new map-tiles that will let you fight the undead in a military base
– 30 new event cards (actually 2*15 new ones)
– 6 goofy looking but definitely nice glow-in-the-dark (super) zombies
– some blank replacement cards & tiles
– and (at last) quite a few (around 50) red heart tokens

and you’ll understand why this expansion too, is a no brainer!

That’s an (eight and a half) out of (ten).