sushi-go-iphone-screenGamewright’s Sushi Go “pick and pass card game” has been adapted to iOS. It works on both iPhone and iPad and can be played locally against AI or online via Game Center.

Online multiplayer has finally come to one of my favorite games, Splendor (Android, iOS, Steam).

Tiny Epic Defenders has broadened its horizons and is now playable on Tabletop Simulator via Steam.

The deck-building word game, Paperback, has launched on iOS.

Big Potato’s new app (Android, iOS) provides timers, extra questions, sound effects, and other enhancements for several of the company’s games.

Academy Games’ 1775: Rebellion, a game of the American Revolutionary War, has been released on Steam.

Nocturnal Media has plans for a single-player computer RPG based on the 7th Sea tabletop game and is raising funds for the project on Kickstarter.

Lew Pulsipher’s Doomstar has been in-development 20 years as a tabletop game but made it out first via Steam.

Pathfinder Adventures, the digital version of the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, now works on smartphones (Android, iOS).

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Boards to Bytes

Baseball Highlights 2045Strat-O-Matic is adding a new option to the digital versions of its card game baseball simulator, one that will update player stats on a daily basis.

A different sort of baseball card game, Baseball Highlights 2045 by Eagle-Gryphon Games, is now available for iOS devices.

Duels, a new feature of digital Splendor, is a competitive version of Challenges, which are supposed to be more puzzle-like and up until now were single-player. Duels are played against the AI. Still no online multiplayer.

Exploding Kittens’ new iOS version is not just a simple port. Nope cards are gone, others are in their place, and there’s a probability meter that shows how likely the next card is to be TNT.

Pathfinder Adventures, the digital version of Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, is due in March.

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Paizo Delays Pathfinder

Pathfinder Adventure Card GamePaizo has announced that it’s holding off on the release of the next Pathfinder Adventure Card Game set. Mummy’s Mask adventure path was scheduled to ship in February of 2016 but will now not see retail until at least the summer and possibly the fall. This change in plans, Paizo said, was brought on by numerous comments the company received (from both customers and retailers) explaining that players were having difficulty keeping up with the release of new scenarios.

In the meantime, Paizo will continue to put out class decks and the Pathfinder Society Adventure Card Guild will revisit Rise of the Runelords in a “full-on epic” season that mixes up the previous adventures and includes new villains.

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Pathfinder ACG Wrath of the RighteousPaizo launches this week Wrath of the Righteous, a new series for the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game and new season of organized play. With it players’ characters will visit the hellish Worldwound and take on demons of the Abyss.

The Wrath of the Righteous Base Set includes more than 500 cards with new boons, monsters, and character classes (arcanist, cavalier, inquisitor, and summoner). Also part of the Base Set is the first 110-card adventure deck in the series, Worldwound Incursion.

For the corresponding new season of the Pathfinder Society Adventure Card Guild, players will be able to use in their class decks promo cards from WizKids’ Pathfinder Battles: Iconic Heroes miniatures line.

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Pathfinder card creator

There is this idea floating around about customized cards made by fans. The idea being that anyone can create a card for a favorite game and fold it right into the deck. If that sounds too fictional to be plausible, think again. now has a Pathfinder Adventure Card Game (PACG) card creator that anyone can use to build a custom made character, armor, weapon, or whatever card to add to the core deck. Read the rest of this entry »

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Pathfinder Adventure Card Game Wizard Class DeckNow available direct from Paizo are seven Class Decks for the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game—Fighter, Cleric, Bard, Ranger, Rogue, Wizard, and Sorcerer. Each features four different class archetypes and includes 109 item, ally, spell, and loot cards.

Class Decks are required for organized play (the Adventure Card Guild) but also provide options for home games.

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