Regicide Companion 4+

Track game stats or play solo‪!‬

Badgers From Mars

Designed for iPad

    • 4.2 • 28 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Two ways to play:

Launch the companion app for the tabletop card game Regicide so you can easily track enemy health and attack. See at a glance which enemies you've defeated and which are upcoming.

Or launch Solo Mode to play the full, official single player version of Regicide right inside the app!

See badgersfrommars.com for full rules on how to play Regicide - a challenging cooperative card game for 1 - 4 players!

What’s New

Version 1.5

Fixed a bug where Sketch the goblin wasn't showing up on the victory screen

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

Michael Paolini ,

Seems like a solid start for a companion app however

Seems like a solid start however it’s a little surprising that this companion app doesn’t contain a button for the rules, a link to the [current version of] rules, or even a player aid summery you cal call up.

Also makes me wish they had gone all the way and implemented a solo play game mode (in-app purchase?) so I could play with no cards while on the go.

P.S. the game itself is neat.

Developer Response ,

Hi Michael, if you try the app out now you should see both those suggestions are now features inside the app. You can bring up the rules in the app, and you can also do a one-time purchase to unlock solo play mode!

Maelstrom07 ,

Fantastic Game - App Needs Minor Tweaks

Regicide is VERY DIFFICULT! But that doesn't stop me playing. It's a fantastic game either solo or with a 2-4p.
I'd give the app 4.9* if I could. Just some minor tweaks I'd ask for. As another has mentioned, make the "draw" and "heal" notifications sticky or permanent somewhere on the screen. When healing cards, you have to shuffle the discard. By the time you're done, you've forgotten how many to heal.
Other tweak: the music is very nice and fitting to the theme. However, it would be great to have the preference to turn off music and sound to remain when closing and reopening the app.
Solo mode: it's a little tough to find the rules to solo. Suffice it to say, the only real differences are your hand is 8 cards and the jokers are used to discard your current hand and draw a new set of 8. If you can win without using a joker: GOLD! One joker: Silver. Both: bronze. The official solo rules don't say, but I'd suggest you can also use a joker to heal 8 if you run short on the draw pile.

LockNKlee ,

An ingenious, simple game but limited room for growth

This game is ingenious. They made a new (and good!) game out of a standard 52-card deck of cards. Moreover, they harnessed and elevated the royal court theme inherent to the cards’ design by crafting a simple story around the objective of the game. I literally found myself wondering if this was somehow the original card game and I just never heard of it. The minimalist renaissance music and art is truly excellent. I gave the game 5 stars for its low price and perfect form, but your mileage with replay-ability will vary. The solo game is appropriately difficult, but once you beat it, incentives to replay drop off markedly and I can’t think of ways to improve this dynamic. Maybe more achievements?

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