Board Upsized

by on 12th Dec 2013

The landgrab is on. Starting off from the edges, then spreading and taking over all territories in the immediate vicinity along the way is what you'll do in Days of Wonder's Small World 2, the digital version of the famed boardgame that now reaches the Personal Computer.

Based on the phenomenally successful Small World fantasy board game with over 500,000 copies sold!

Take control of insanely fun fantasy race & special power combos, such as Berserk Halflings, Triton Merchants, Alchemist Ratmen and Dragon-master Amazons, to grab all the land you can in a world that is just too small to share with your opponents!

The sizable features:

• New 3, 4 and 5 player maps to conquer
• Play Online games in real-time or turn-by-turn, with friends & strangers from the world over; and local games over Bluetooth or Wifi
• Play Solo against up to 4 built-in AI; Pass’n Play with up to 5 live opponents on a single device
• 20 new races & special powers to master through DLC purchases of Cursed!, Grand Dames and brand new to digital Be Not Afraid…
• Online, Solo & Face to Face scores with daily, weekly and forever rankings
• Comprehensive Small World Encyclopedia detailing all rules, races, special powers, icons & more!
• Extensive Days of Wonder Online Buddies integration
• Brand new musical score, sound effects, graphics and animations
• Video Tutorial by Master Glandulf himself

This successfully kickstarted title is now finally on Steam with 20% slashed off its asking price until the 18th of December.

Do note there are player reports indicating certain online features are experiencing some issues (that are being tended to) and the lack of a true fullscreen mode coupled with interfacing aspects reminiscent of the mobile version make this a purchase perhaps better left for a little later, when all is, hopefully, properly ironed out.


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Space Voyager\
12 Dec 2013 - 7:47pm
Space Voyager
I don't think I follow, SGC... Do you feel StrategyCore has taken a wrong turn? I think I'd understand this a bit more if your comment was not posted in a news topic of a strategy game.
12 Dec 2013 - 6:15pm
I remember when this was a real web page for strategy gamers.

That was quite awhile ago.


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