***** Ravensburger's cult game now available on iPhone and iPad *****
Scotland Yard is the digital version of the award-winning board game ("Game of the Year" 1983, etc.). Since its creation 35 years ago, Scotland Yard has sold over four million copies. Now the game enjoyed by millions of people is available as a universal iPad and iPhone app!
This is a very tricky case for Scotland Yard: Mister X has disappeared in the heart of London's nightlife. The only clue for the investigation: his discarded tickets. But in which part of London did he use them? There - suddenly he's been seen for a brief moment. Now, keep a cool head. Search the district tactically and reconstruct the escape route.
Set off as one of five clever agents on the hunt for the legendary Mister X, or step into his shoes, diving into the heart of London's nightlife to escape the agents.
- Completely new setting in London by night
- Razor-sharp HD graphics
- Single player mode: Local game for one to six players including computer players
- Multiplayer mode: Local, Wi-Fi/Bluetooth (max. two players)
- Interactive, user-friendly Tutorial
- Easy to understand instructions for both beginners and experts
- No need to assemble or put away!
- Endless fun with family and friends!
Bugfixes and optimizations.
Ratings and Reviews
The game, and the implementation, is fine. However, the best, BEST part of playing Scotland Yard is always the after-game, when you all burst out talking about how close you were back on move 20, where were you, oh my gosh I thought you had me, etc.
I'm surprised that zero thought was put into this critical part of the experience. You can't even look at the board after the game ends and they tell you Mr. X's final position. It just exits out and is lost forever.
Devs, if you are reading, I highly suggest you implement the ability to recap - you already have the turn counter at the bottom of the board. After a game ends, please let players tap on each turn marker and see where the pawns were at that point. It seems like that would be easy.
Great game, but multi-player completely broken
I stumbled on this older game and gave it a try. Enjoyed the simple rapid play against the AI, and wanted to try against friends and family on separate devices. No can do. When you select Bluetooth (which should also have a Wi-Fi option), it says to first select the number of players and then press “Connect”. But there are no buttons to select the number of players. If I go ahead and just press Connect it spins looking for a device, but it never finds one - even though a Bluetooth iPad was just a couple feet away. OK...I then tried the Internet option. Selected the name of a Game Center friend to play 2 player game with. Their device was on and open in my house. Again it just spun and never connected. I suspect that since they used Game Center for the connection, they may not have kept up with the protocol for the new Game Center...or maybe this method cannot even be used anymore. Too bad...hope they fix it. Will give 5 stars if they can, because it would be fun to play with family and friends.
Fun but multi player mode is impossible
Please please please fix your multiplayer interface. Bought the game to play as a family. We are used to the seedless integration of games like Ticket to Ride. This game would be fantastic but the multiplayer mode is a mess and makes connection impossible. Frustrated because we bought this for multiplayer specifically.
Please fix your multiplayer!!!
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- Ravensburger Verlag GmbH
- 145.5 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © Ravensburger Digital GmbH
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