App description: ***This game is NOT compatible with iPod Touch 2nd Generation***

Supported Devices:
iPhone 3GS; iPhone 4; iPhone 4S; iPhone 5

iPod touch 3rd generation; iPod touch 4th generation; iPod touch 5th generation; iPad; iPad2;iPad3

Requires: OS 4.3 and above

Down your Bat Milk, clean off your Cardboard Tube and charge into battle astride your Magical Unicorn Starsong; for evil is a foot with 6 toes

Introducing Penny Arcade The Game: Gamers vs. Evil for iOS from Playdek and Cryptozoic Entertainment! This digital deck-building card game featuring classic Penny Arcade characters from the popular web comic, lets the player engage as Gabe, Tycho, or one of their dauntless allies in an epic battle against Evil! Your path is beset by foes like Dark Tycho, the infamous and infectious cauldron of disease PAX Pox and other Evils that stand in your way of becoming the Master Gamer! With 3 modes of play to choose from; play online with full asynchronous support, play locally against other would be masters, or AI opponents, the descent into madness that is Penny Arcade The Game: Gamers vs. Evil brings rabid rapture to the iOS.
HIGHLIGHTS
Offline and Online play
Online Rematch option There is no grace in defeat!
Next Game button to allow you to move between multiple Online games when its your turn to play
Human and AI opponents
Game Center achievements
Universal App play on all your compatible iOS devices
FEATURES
2-4 players
Single player vs AI
Pass-and-play Multiplayer
Full asynchronous support for multiplayer online games
Invite Game Center friends to online games
Maintain multiple Saved games
Online game timers
Online player stats
Card Gallery- See Faerie Candymancer in all of her splendor!
Introductory Tutorial-To Penny Arcade, not Shucking
Rule Book

Also by Playdek
Food Fight iOS; Fluxx; Cant Stop; Summoner Wars; Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer; Nightfall
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aceyprime's comments:


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12-18-2012, 04:08 PM
#11
Wait, this game was designed by Cryptozoic? Noooooo! Their Food Fight game was absolute trash. Playdek couldn't even save it.

I don't mind a lighter card game now and then, I really like Fluxx (and don't understand why so many people hate it), but I'm suddenly apprehensive about this...
12-18-2012, 05:01 PM
#12
Joined: Apr 2009
Location: Indiana, USA
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Originally Posted by runliketurtles View Post
Wait, this game was designed by Cryptozoic? Noooooo! Their Food Fight game was absolute trash. Playdek couldn't even save it.

I don't mind a lighter card game now and then, I really like Fluxx (and don't understand why so many people hate it), but I'm suddenly apprehensive about this...
I thought Food Fight was awesome, FWIW.

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12-18-2012, 05:05 PM
#13
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: Shanghai, China
Posts: 2,024
No iPhone 5 optimization.

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12-18-2012, 05:18 PM
#14
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Originally Posted by saiyukialex View Post
No iPhone 5 optimization.
I would be very surprised considering Playdek released Fluxx last week with iPhone 5 widescreen support. Does it state that specifically?
12-18-2012, 05:33 PM
#15
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: Sweden
Posts: 2,846
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Originally Posted by geoelectric View Post
Somewhere, Fluxx sheds a silent tear. Played that one a lot more than Nightfall so far!
If it is any consolation to old Fluxxie, I have had some fun with the physical product It is perfect for a few chaotic matches in merry company, with no expectations of a strategic challenge, or anything beyond hijinks and anarchy (and preferably combined with reality-enhancing substances).

And that's why I shy away from the iOS version. When I game online, without the presence of good pals and the social interaction for which Fluxx is really just a clever excuse , I look for depth and variety of strategy.

Quote:
Originally Posted by WakeOfPoseidon View Post
but I wouldn't say it's any more or less luck based than any other deck builder.
Most reviews and sentiments I have come across seem to indicate the opposite. Perhaps more importantly, the influence of luck notwithstanding, most seem to agree on that Gamers vs. Evil does not cater to fans of deep strategy, offering little in the ways of extensive tactics and skill-based gameplay.

Well, I suppose there is no way to find out than to give Playdek another 5 dollars It is well deserved, regardless of the qualities of this particular game.

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12-18-2012, 07:42 PM
#16
Downloading...

I love it that Playdek keeps their file sizes small. Here is to hoping that it is as fun as Ascension.

Ascension going free was really sneaky. From all the fun I had with it, I bought all their games and expansions...

Last edited by iPadisGreat; 12-18-2012 at 07:45 PM.
12-18-2012, 08:00 PM
#17
I've never played this game nor heard of it for that matter, but plan on getting it because its a Playdek game and I know it'll be good (plus asynchronous). How does it play? Is it similar to Ascension? Is there a lot of cards to choose from?

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12-18-2012, 08:06 PM
#18
Woah, first of all, still getting warmed up with Fluxx and now this?
tsk tsk tsk.... with that said... TAKE MY MONEY!
this looks pretty interesting indeed and I do highly appreciate the deck building style nature of the games that PlayDeck partnered with so far, coming from CCG background.

Once it hits the store, play me some games would ya all?

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12-18-2012, 08:10 PM
#19
Joined: Aug 2008
Location: Rexburg, ID
Posts: 455
I noticed that these guys made an expansion as well for the physical version. It's called Rumble in R'lyeh. I would love for them to get that on here as IAP as well soon! This looks like a blast! I am still waiting for Playdek's release of Smash Up. Hopefully by the end of the year?
12-18-2012, 08:13 PM
#20
Joined: Aug 2008
Location: Rexburg, ID
Posts: 455
Quote:
Originally Posted by kitkeat View Post
Woah, first of all, still getting warmed up with Fluxx and now this?
tsk tsk tsk.... with that said... TAKE MY MONEY!
this looks pretty interesting indeed and I do highly appreciate the deck building style nature of the games that PlayDeck partnered with so far, coming from CCG background.

Once it hits the store, play me some games would ya all?
I will play you when it hits! I need someone to play when this shows up tonight! My Game Center name is Vaelsh. Tonight is just getting better and better!

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