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More Nightfall on the Way, Original to go on Sale

Playdek isn’t done with Nightfall, which seems to be a love it or hate it type of game. Personally I think it fits the iPad better than it does the table — after you learn how to play the thing.

Anyway PR ahead:

Playdek today announced its new expansion pack, Nightfall: Martial Law, will be available as an in-app purchase in mid-August, in time for Gen Con Indy 2012. To celebrate the arrival of the Nightfall: Martial Law, Alderac Entertainment Group (AEG) and Playdek will offer the original Nightfall at $.99 for a limited time, starting July 13th.

Nightfall: Martial Law introduces many new characters and actions, as well as new color combinations for creating chains and achieving kickers. Martial Law will also introduce the new “Feed” mechanic which will allow players to get even more uses out of their orders. The game also brings to the table a new “Wound” effect that is sure to surprise opponents.

Nightfall has done very well and we’re pleased to have an expansion already available,” said Joel Goodman, CEO, Playdek. “By lowering the price of the original game, we are hoping it will inspire new players to download and dive into playing.”

For more information on Nightfall: Martial Law, please check out Playdek’s web site.

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Bill Abner

Bill has been writing about games for the past 16 years for such outlets as Computer Games Magazine, GameSpy, The Escapist, GameShark, and Crispy Gamer. He will continue to do so until his wife tells him to get a real job.

3 thoughts to “More Nightfall on the Way, Original to go on Sale”

  1. Haha, great. I almost bought this during the agonizing wait of post-release Summoner Wars, and didn’t becuase *I thought it might be on sale soon*. It’s good to know my precog-fu is strong.

  2. The biggest problem with this game is that it just doesn’t lend itself to async multiplayer. At least not as well as Ascension and SW do.

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