Digidiced Going to the Beautiful Country

Digidiced has a long history (in output, not necessarily in time) of producing quality board game apps for Steam and your mobile devices.

I love everything that they’ve done so far (except Cottage Garden, which I haven’t played because the game itself doesn’t do anything for me, nothing against Digidiced). Terra Mystica plays like a dream (though I still get a headache playing it, but again it’s the game’s fault, not the app’s). Patchwork is simply wonderful.

I could go on gushing, but that’s not why you’re here, is it? (If it is, then thank you.)

Earlier this year, I completely missed (Editor: There will be flogging) posting the announcement that Digidiced is going to be coming out with a new boardgame app later in 2018, the acclaimed tile-laying game from Lookout called Isle of Skye. This is a game that I’ve really wanted to play on the table but have never been able to.

Not ones to rest on their laurels (or maybe frantic fans wanting more information were storming their studio), Digidiced has now released a screenshot of the game, and it does look beautiful!

Isle of Skye app
I think it’s pretty clear where you can place that tile, isn’t it?

They’re also using the screenshot to show off the interface that they’re working on. They would love some input from people like you (probably not me, but definitely you) on how it looks.

Isle of Skye is designed by Andreas Pelikan and Alexander Pfister with artwork by Klemens Franz and it came out in 2015. The app version is scheduled to come out in Q2 2018, so start saving those iTunes cards! Or Steam credits, or Google Play cards…Gah, there’s just too many options!

Keep an eye out on the Digidiced web page for more information as it develops.

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