Sentinels of the Multiverse [$ 0.99], the popular card game with a thousand heroes and villains and a billion expansions (only slight exaggeration), is celebrating its 3rd anniversary this week, and as is to expected, it’s dropping prices and offering deals for all those who either haven’t bought the game yet or haven’t bought the zillion expansions (again, only slight exaggeration). So, the base game is now at its lowest price ever, $ .99 cents (down from $ 6.99), Season 1—which includes 7 expansions, 11 new heroes, 19 villains, and 11 environments— is 40% off ($ 14.99), and all standalone expansions are cheaper by a dollar. As you can see, this anniversary is the perfect time to either grab or expand the game for pretty cheap.
Sentinels of the Multiverse really is one of the most entertaining and unique card games in the App Store, eschewing fantasy and sci-fi themes for a whole universe of superheroes and supervillains. That gives it a very different flavor and plenty of entertaining moments. And with more content coming in the future, now is a great time to grab at least the base game.
Sentinels of the Multiverse [$ 1.99] players were looking forward to getting the 2.5 update, which is coming today, but the developers just posted a note telling everyone not to update to 2.5 until further notice. Apparently, there’s an issue with restoring purchases on the app, so if you do download the 2.5 update, you won’t be able to restore all your previous DLC and will only be able to play the core game. It looks like the problem is on Apple’s side, so there’s nothing the developers can do about it.
So, again, avoid updating the game to 2.5 (you might have to turn off the auto-update setting) until you hear more from Handelabra Games. Until then, sit tight and play with all the other DLC.
I’ve repeatedly written about the crazy amount of content Sentinels of the Multiverse [$ 6.99] has received in recent years, and on June 22nd the game is about to get another mega-expansion called Villains of the Multiverse, which is part of Season 2. This expansion brings 10 new Team Mode villains and 4 new environments to the game, and once it releases, almost every deck currently available for the physical version of the game (outside one deck that will also be coming to the game soon) will be available in the video game version of Sentinels. That’s quite a feat considering how much content the physical game has.
Apparently, when you add the 5 Team Mode villains from Vengeance, you get more than 380 thousand possible villain team combos to battle and more than 8 million possible hero teams you can assemble; talk about replayability. The Villains of the Multiverse expansion will come your way June 22nd, and will add new music to the game as well.