In the time after Sentinels of the Multiverse ($6.99) launched all the way back in October 2014, the game has grown and developed far beyond the entertaining but flawed card game which warranted a relatively average three star review at release. Since this initial launch, we’ve seen a universal update, multiplayer implementation, numerous expansions, and most recently a whole new season that released last month, which has seen the game create a significant community amongst like-minded mobile gaming enthusiasts. However, the pre-eminent complaint in our review was that, for its original $9.99 price tag, Sentinels of the Multiverse was a bit expensive whilst it still had a few major issues. Having gone some way to fixing the latter issue, developers Handelabra Studio have gone one step further and reduced the base game to a record low price of $0.99, which is certainly a lot more palatable for anyone looking to try out this character-packed card game.
While there is already a free version titled Sentinels of the Multiverse: Learn to Play Edition (Free) – which I’d recommend for both people interested in the full game and those who have picked it up on sale, as it does help divulge some of the more complicated mechanics – and the season passes will still set you back a relatively substantial amount of money if you choose to get more involved in the game, this sale is still a great deal if anyone has had their eye on Sentinels of the Multiverse recently. The developers did a great job porting the card game to mobile, and based on the precedent for other card games that have turned digital, there should be continued support and fan interaction for a while to come. Check out the forum thread for more discussion on Sentinels of the Multiverse, or if you have any questions for our community regarding the game.