Dominion Goes Digital

20 08 2012

The game that pretty much turned card games on their ear a few years ago is not only getting a new expansion, but it has also been announced that there will be an iOS, Android, and online version of the game releasing soon. Now you won’t have to wait to gather your friends together to buy that Duchy; you can do it on the interwebs!

The digital version of the game will feature single player vs. bots, multiplayer online (w/friends or random strangers), or a new “Challenge Mode” designed in conjunction with game designer Donald X. Vaccarino and app devs goko. You’ll be able to play on your iPad and Android tablets, as well as from your browser via goko.com as well as on Facebook, and in Google+ hangouts (if anyone still does that). While they have given us an iPhone screen shot, there is no word on if there will be a version that scales to fit the landscape of the iPhone, or other non-tablet devices.

Goko is in the beta phase of testing right now! I’ve applied for the beta, and so can you.

For full details, updates, screen shots, and info on the beta test click here!

Are you already beta testing this? We’d love to hear about it, leave it in the comments!

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More Free Stuff!

25 07 2012

Earlier this week we reviewed a fun little party game called, What’s it to Ya?

Today we launch a contest to win yourself a free copy!

So, here’s how it works, it’s pretty simple, just follow this link RIGHT HERE! And like our Facebook page to enter! And that’s it!

We’ll close entries at midnight on Friday Aug. 3rd, so head on over and get your entries in!

Thanks for reading! We’d love to hear your feedback on what’s going on here at TOG, please leave your comments here, or on the Facebook page!

And don’t forget to follow us  on Twitter, we’d love to chat with our readers! @JeremiahIsley, @Firestone and @TheologyofGames

 

 





See You in a Few Days!

28 06 2012

We’ll be going “live” in a few days here at Theology of Games, and quite frankly we’re pretty excited about that!

Here are a few things to check out in the meantime:

Facebook – Yes, who DOESN’T have a Facebook page these days—not us! If the inclination strikes you, head on over and “like” us on Facebook!

Twitter – We’re getting our Twitter machine fired up too; give us a follow, won’t you? @TheologyofGames

Authors – You can also follow the co-authors of Theology of Games, Scott Firestone IV – @Firestone and Jeremiah Isley – @JeremiahIsley

We’ll also be running a contest or two over our first couple weeks, so stay tuned here and on all our social media outlets for more information about how to enter and win some free games!

We’re looking forward to getting things off the ground soon, and hope you’ll enjoy the epic adventures we’re about to embark on!








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