Splendor is a great quick game, and this makes it even more portable!

Splendor is a great quick game, and this makes it even more portable!

Originally shared by Days of Wonder

Splendor is available now on Apple iPhone and iPad appstores and Android!

Splendor is an addictive strategy turn-based card game, where players assume the role of wealthy Renaissance merchants, exploiting mines and caravans, hiring craftsmen and leveraging their influence with the nobility.

Key Features:

● Truthful adaptation of Space Cowboys’ board game
● Pick-up and play. Rules only take 5 minutes to learn with the game tutorial
● Sublime graphics, originally seen in the board game, coupled with atmospheric Renaissance music
● A solo mode and a local Pass and Play mode for up to 4 players
● Exclusive “Challenges” game mode based on actual historical facts, which occurred during the 15th and 16th century
● A complex artificial intelligence based on player behavior instead of difficulty levels
● A playful interactive tutorial with an intuitive and user-friendly interface
● Online leaderboard enables players to compare scores from all over the world

More info:
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Comments

  1. Wanders off in the general direction of the iOS App Store, whistling innocently. :)

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  2. John Samuel​, you're fooling no-one.

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  3. Hey! I can too whistle! (I just can't hold a tune). :)

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  4. Mmmm after all the Splendor I've played, I'd never noticed it was days of wonder.

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  5. It isn't - but Asmodee own both DoW and SpaceCowboys - so guess who got tapped to write the app?

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  6. Prestige is pretty good, it will be nice to have both.

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  7. Care for Prestige over lunch Rob Masters​?

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  8. Fun game! Did you know you can connect Splendor to Google Play, and have
    network games that way?

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  9. No I didn't.  Then what's everyone complaining about the lack of network games then?

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  10. D'oh! The Google Play connection is only to exchange challenge results. Bahumbugmutter.

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