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Mysterium released for iOS, Android and PC

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January 14th, 2017

Asmodee Digital, an international publisher and distributor of digital games and Playsoft, a world-renowned game developer, have announced the release of Mysterium for iOS, Android and PC. Mysterium, winner of numerous awards such as the Golden Geek and As d’Or 2016 Game of the Year, has been captivating players since its tabletop launch with more than 300,000 units sold worldwide. Created by Oleksandr Nevskiy and Oleg Sidorenko and published by Libellud, Mysterium has become a board game staple in many households. Today, thanks to the brilliant work of Asmodee Digital and Playsoft, the mystery of the Warwick Mansion ghost comes to life on iOS, Android and PC devices in an accurate and beautiful digital adaptation.

Mysterium is a cooperative deduction game that challenges players to solve a crime that was committed on the grounds of Warwick manor. One player takes on the role of a restless ghost who is tasked with revealing the guilty character to a team of psychics. The other players make up this team of psychics, receiving visions and interpreting them to the best of their abilities in order to narrow down the list of suspects. But, the time is ticking—if players take too long to discover the truth, the bridge between the mortal and supernatural worlds disappears and the tormented ghost must sadly wait another year for its soul to pass on!

“Mysterium was born out of love for the dark and unsettling, which the paranormal world perfectly encapsulates” says Alexandre David, Asmodee Digital Product Manager. “Our aim was to create a flawless digital adaptation for the fans and at the same time devise a mysterious and brooding game with fun and excitement that everyone could enjoy.”

Mysterium allows players from all over the world to investigate together in multiplayer mode and cooperate through an in-game chat that enables fellow players to point out visual clues on a card. Players can also share their visions with other psychics and approve or reject their choices with clairvoyance tokens. In Mysterium, up to 7 players can join together for fun and engaging games. And for those who wish to enter the manor alone, a story mode offers players the possibility to discover the culprit, the murder location, and the weapon through a several hours-long investigation filled with exciting twists and turns.

Mysterium is available now on iOS and Android for $6.99 and on Steam for $9.99.

Martial Law data pack for Netrunner released

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December 12, 2016

Martial Law is the fifth and penultimate Data Pack in the Flashpoint Cycle for Android: Netrunner, and it advances our understanding of how deeply New Angeles has plunged into chaos. Its citizens are trapped in their arcologies or huddled together in whatever safe places they can find. The city’s streets have become a warzone. The corps can’t or won’t restore order.

The time has come for the U.S. government to intervene.

Shock and awe are the order of the day in Martial Law. Starting with two new neutral currents, one each for Runner and Corp, the expansion’s sixty new cards (three copies each of twenty different cards) are going to bring a new order to the world’s largest city—one way or another. But when this new order is established, who will be viewed as the winners? And what will they have gained?

Colt Express released for PC, iOS and Android

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December 6th, 2016

Asmodee Digital have released Colt Express on PC, iOS and Android.

Developed by Frima studio, Colt Express is the digital adaptation of the Spiel des Jahres winning board game released by Ludonaute.

The game features an extensive story mode with 6 characters and 30 chapters. Each character has their own goals and features relating to game play. Of course online multiplayer will be included. Plot out your train heist then play out your actions cards along with your fellow outlaws to see who comes out with the most loot.

Colt Express can be purchased on Steam for $9.99, Google Play for $6.99, and iTunes for $6.99.

Station One data pack for Android: Netrunner coming from FFG

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November 13th, 2016

Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce the upcoming release of Station One, the second Data Pack in the Red Sand Cycle for Android: Netrunner!

As the primary hub for Bradbury Railway Co.’s mag-lev inductracks, Station One is crucial to the distribution of food, fuel, and raw materials across the resource-starved cities and nodes of Mars. The Martian colonists scattered across the planet’s surface rely upon its supplies for their survival. The megacorps terraforming the planet—and increasing their control over it—view the station as a vital hub for their financial investments. And the opportunistic runners of Android: Netrunner? They see Station One as a tempting target through which all the secrets of Mars must pass. 

But nothing on Mars is easy. If runners want to seize the data passing through Station One, they’ll need careful planning and even better programs. If the megacorps want to keep business running smoothly along the mag-lev lines, they must reckon with Clan Aeneas. And if ordinary colonists want to survive, they’d better pray they don’t get caught in the middle. The sixty new cards (three copies each of twenty different cards) in Station One bring these tensions to the cratered surface of Mars, and it’s a dangerous place to be!

Daedalus Complex comes to Android: Netrunner

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October 14th, 2016

Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce the upcoming release of Daedalus Complex, the first Data Pack in the Red Sand Cycle for Android: Netrunner!

After previous Data Packs have explored the game’s cyber struggles with the settings of Luna, SanSan, Mumbad, and a New Angeles wracked by economic chaos, Daedalus Complex and the Red Sand Cycle turn our attention to Mars. There, terraforming is already well underway, and millions of humans live alongside clones and bioroids in a handful of cities and nodes protected by transplas domes.

Still, life on the Red Planet is markedly different than life on Earth. It requires a certain ruggedness to live and work on a planet where simply traveling outside of the protected cities requires breathing assistance and protective gear. The shared hardships of survival have led to the de facto authority of the clans, and even though the Martian Colony Wars have ended, the tensions between the clans, the Martian Colonial Authority, and the corps remain high.

This is the volatile situation into which we are thrust by the sixty new cards (three copies each of twenty different cards) of Daedalus Complex. Named for the site where the Martians have developed the foundation for a space elevator similar to the Beanstalk on Earth, Daedalus Complex takes us deep into the conflicts between corps, clans, and the MCA. What we find is that Mars very much remains a semi-lawless frontier… and one in which any given spark has the potential to ignite a much larger flame.

Quorum, the Flashpoint Cycle conclusion for Android.

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September 23rd, 2016

Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce the upcoming release of Quorum, the climactic conclusion to the Flashpoint Cycle of Data Packs for Android: Netrunner!

Several of the worlds’ most influential business heads have gathered, along with their cronies, to shape the future of New Angeles. Tensions run high. But there’s work to be done. The U.S. government has threatened to strip of the city of its privileges as a special business district unless the Corps can restore peace and order…

Accordingly, at the end of a cycle full of desperate and violent Corps, Quorum gives us sixty new cards (three copies each of twenty different cards) that focus on getting back to business as usual. That means you’ll find the Corps investing in their futures, deploying advanced new economic operations, bribing powerful and highly connected politicians, and layering their servers with brand new ice.

It’s not just the Corps that are eager to end the violence and get back to business. Still, what you want to do and what you need to aren’t always the same thing. In the wake of the Twenty-Three Seconds incident and the ensuing devastation, you’ll still find the game’s Anarchs looking to burn things down, even as the Criminals double their efforts to work undetected. Finally, you’ll find the game’s Shapers up to new tricks—tricks that they are all too eager to start showing off…

Smash Up!, the digital version, coming soon

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July 20th, 2016

Smash Up, designed by Paul Peterson, is an award winning Shufflebuilding game from Alderac Entertainment Group. In Smash Up players choose two factions, such as pirates, ninja, robots, zombies, and more, and shuffle them together to form one formidable force to combat enemy bases and lead to world domination!

AEG are pleased to announce that Nomad Games will be bringing the shufflebuilding game of total awesomeness to PC, iOS and Android this Autumn 2016!

Up to four players will be able to take control of a vast array of crazy characters, from Superheroes to Monsters and Villains, and play against the AI or together with friends online or at home with pass-to-play.

Escalation, a new data pack for Android: Netrunner!

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July 17th, 2016

Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce the upcoming release of Escalation, the third Data Pack in the Flashpoint Cycle for Android: Netrunner!

Welcome to New Angeles. In the wake of the Twenty-Three Seconds incident, the city has plunged into chaos. The chaos has led to rioting. Amid the rioting, people have died. Some died on the streets, in bloody encounters with PriSec. Some died quietly, targeted by assassins. Some simply disappeared. Yanked off the grid in an age when the act of skirting surveillance and the ever-present Network is nearly—but not completely—impossible.

With its sixty new cards (three copies each of twenty different cards), Escalation carries us deeper into the Flashpoint Cycle and the tensions pulling New Angeles apart at the seams. As the Corps more aggressively lock down their assets and hunt down their rivals, the Runners gain new decoders and new incentive to uncover and reveal the truth of the Corps’ activities. But if they hack the Corps, can they still survive? There’s plenty of meat damage, net damage, and brain damage on the menu, along with cards that make utter trash of the Runner’s rig and stack.