Based on the popular artwork and world of Jakub Rozalski, Scythe is a digital board game adaptation, revolving around the clash of towering iron machines and nations in an alternate 1920s, and it’s coming to iPad some time in 2018.
Set in a Europe where damaged nations and fallen leaders adapt to this incredible new technology, you wage asymmetrical war against other countries, conquering terrorities, gathering recruits and supplies, and activating powering mechs to turn the tide of battles. Each faction brings their own unique abilities, starting stats, and objectives to the board, while narrative choices let you mold your nation and leader through how you treat your citizens and react to other events.
Scythe: Digital Edition is currently in development, and doesnt have a concrete release date. It‘s expected to come to iOS, and for more details, you can visit the official Scythe site.
And we’re up to August 2017 in our round-up of the best games of the year. August was warm. Or it might have been cold. I don’t really remember. It was a long time ago, a lot has happened since then. I think I spent most of the month asleep in hotels.
Anyway, you can click below to check out the rest of the parts of this series. I hope you do, I’ve put a lot of work into this. Come back next week and we’ll go back to school with September 2017. Surely I must remember something that happened then.
Here we are then, the last part of our look back at 2017 in mobile gaming. And, as usual, December was chock full of awesome games that you should definitely have already played. Don’t worry if you haven’t though, because we’ve provided links to download them.
If this list has proven anything, I think it shows that mobile gaming has something to offer everyone. From incredible, mesmerising experiences, to small, more intimate stories. Here’s hoping that 2018 can deliver the same. Oh, and make sure you keep coming back to AppSpy in the new year, because we’re going to cover it all. That’s right, ALL OF IT.
Okay, we’re in the penultimate part of our round-up of the best games of the year. It’s November now, we all remember some stuff that happened in November, right? I think I went over there, probably. I definitely had a lovely sleep or two.
Tomorrow we’re going to hit the games of December. In the meantime though, if you’ve not checked out the other parts of this series, poke the links below to check them out. And then we’ll put this all to bed tomorrow. Lovely, lovely bed.
Here we are then, the tenth part of our look back at the best iOS games of 2017. We’re into the autumn months now, so I hope you’ve packed a jumper. I mean it’s nearly January so you’re almost certainly wearing a jumper anyway.
As before there’s a bunch of links below that’ll take you to the other parts of the series. Join us for the next part tomorrow, when we’ll be looking at the best games that hit the App Store in November.
Welcome back to the ninth chunk of our look back at the best games that came out on the App Store this year. We’re into September. The leaves are starting to change colour. I mean, I know we’re not and they’re not, but I’m just trying to set the mood.
There are links below to all of the other parts of the series so far, there’s some great games in those lists. Seriously. Tomorrow we’re going to be up to October. October is probably spooky, I don’t know. My brain is turning into mush.
We’re over half way through our round-up of the best games that came out in 2017. It’s July now, you were probably wearing sunglasses in July. I wore sunglasses for the entirety of July. It made doing my work very difficult.
You can find the rest of the months we’ve covered below. Tomorrow it’ll be August. It’s my birthday in August. I very much doubt that that’s going to make it onto the list, but who knows? Stranger things have happened.
Here we are half way through our look back at the best games that came out on the App Store this year. By my guess that means we’re up to June. I think that’s how the calendar works, and I can’t really be bothered to check.
You can check out all the rest of the retrospective by clicking on the links below. And tomorrow we’ll be up to July. Who in the hell remembers what happened in July? I don’t, so I guess we’ll find out together.
In part five of our round up of the best games that came out on the App Store this year, we’re going to look at May. I mean, it’s the fifth month of the year, it’d be pretty insane to look at anything else really.
Missed the other bits of our retrospective? Well you’re going to have to have a look at the links below then, they’re going to sort you right out. Tomorrow? Well tomorrow we’re going to have a look at June aren’t we. Have you not been paying attention?
We’re up to April in our round up of the best games that came out on the App Store this year. That’s a pretty exciting fact. I mean, it’s not really, but I’m just trying to fill up space. I’m pretty tired if I’m being honest.
If you’ve not seen other articles in the series, you can click on the links below to check them out. And be sure to come back tomorrow to find out what the best games of May 2017 were. You don’t want to miss out and not be able to join in the conversation with your buddies, right?
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