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What’s New

Version 3.0.7

• Improved feedback submission process with an in-game form.
• Fixed various problems caused by Completionist Guise getting up to no good.
• Timely Disruption no longer draws for cards that were not actually destroyed.
• Mission reward equipment cards now show HP granted by Omni-Unity.
• Fixed some battle zone related issues with End of Days and Take Down in OblivAeon mode.
• Unload now properly allows Expatriette to use powers if played during her end of turn phase.
• When OblivAeon is replaced by Voss, in-progress actions (like damaging multiple targets) are now stopped.
• Fixed a problem with Super Scientific Tachyon revealing limited cards already in play.
• Toxic Seaweed now damages Guise instead of the hero he's copying with I Can Do That, Too!
• To Hope for the Dawn now allows you to return cards next to other cards in your play area to your hand.
• Various other small bug fixes and improvements have been made.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
118 Ratings

118 Ratings

Pete Legacy ,

Actually better than the physical version

For those who are new to the game think of Sentinels of the multiverse as a card game where DC and Marvel characters and storylines are combined. Many of the characters and stories will immediately remind you of someone or something from those two companies. This is not to say that this game is some cheap imitation. Like a parent and child though they are traits that can be seen in both this game also has it’s own heart and soul!

Now, for those of you who might be familiar with the game I use to own the physical boardgame and the shattered timeline expansion. The card game was fun but keeping track of the modifiers was a chore. Sometimes I would forget to factor in an effect from the villain or enemy card and I would have to go back an undo damage or add damage or apply some specific effect.

The app is the preferred version that I play now since this fiddly element is completely automated. This game is really something special and the developers are quick to fix issues and provide new content. This is a game that has legs and you will come back to it in the long run. For the great support and fun experience the cost of admission is well worth it! Again to the developers and producers thank you once again for this gaming gem!

criticusmaior ,

Excellent value, great game

Sentinels of the Multiverse is one of my favorite board/card games out there, and I love this digital version. At least one reviewer has complained about the price of the app, but I’m glad the developers have the conviction to ask a fair price. The base game allows lots of replayability, and the expansions allow for far more variations on the game than I could ever have time to play. I own the Season 1 expansion and intend to buy Season 2, but I still have lots of variants to unlock from Season 1, so I’m not rushing.

I also have and love the analog version of the game, but I think I prefer playing the digital version, which has certainly made me understand the game better. One thing I do wish the developers could somehow add, to assist them in the claim that this version is the “ultimate rules lawyer,” is a kind of sandbox mode. I’d like to be able to set up a situation in the game — put certain heroes and villains into play with particular cards active — to see how it plays out and whether cards will affect each other as I believe they should. That would be handy.

Rockette3r ,

The Definitive Sentinels Experience

Sentinels of the Multiverse was the board game that got me into hobby gaming. Now that I have a young child at home, I find it harder and harder to have the time to set up and play the physical game. However, the Sentinels app has been quite an addition to my digital library. I can speed through a game in my spare time, and come back to the same setup if I don’t have time to finish it in one play session.

The base game has some of my favorite characters in the whole game, and the community for this game in friendly, and helpful in finding out the secrets to beating some of the harder villains, as well the multitudes of variants that are available. Also, the developer is faithful in catching bugs and updating everything, to make the game functional on phones to tablets, even allowing players with different content to still join games and determine together what content to play. I’ve bought all of the additional content and plan on supporting this developer and game well into the future. Do yourself a favor and grab this game as soon as you can.

Subscriptions

OblivAeon
Final boss battle, 5 heroes, & 5 environments
$11.99
Mini-Pack 5 - Void Guard
Dr. Medico, The Idealist, Mainstay, & Writhe.
$2.99
Foil Villain Collector's Pack
Collector’s pack with animated foil effect
$4.99
Mini-Pack 4
Benchmark, Stuntman, Chokepoint, & Tribunal
$2.99
Season Pass 1
41 decks, more than double the base game!
$24.99
Season Pass 2
More heroes, villains and game modes!
$29.99

In-App Purchases

Mini-Pack 1
Includes Unity, Ambuscade, and Silver Gulch.
$1.99
Season Pass 1
41 decks, more than double the base game!
$24.99
Rook City
Criminals, vile sewers, and twisting alleys!
$4.99
Infernal Relics
Ancient deities, elder gods and dark spirits!
$4.99
Mini-Pack 2
Scholar, Miss Information, Final Wasteland.
$1.99
Shattered Timelines
Can you repair time before it runs out?!
$4.99

Information

Seller
Handelabra Studio LLC
Size
778 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility

Requires iOS 9.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Copyright
© 2014-2019 Handelabra Games Inc.
Price
$6.99
In-App Purchases
  1. Mini-Pack 1 $1.99
  2. Season Pass 1 $24.99
  3. Rook City $4.99

Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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