Bottom of the 9th ($4.99), Handelabra Games’ great conversion of the fun card and dice game with the same name, is an fast and entertaining take on baseball that we liked in our review. Today, the game received an update that added even more content, which should please its players. The game has also launched on PC, so it should be easier to find people to play against now given that the multiplayer part is cross platform. As for the new content, the game received the Manager’s Challenge solo campaign, where you try to lead your team to the playoffs over a six game homestand. There’s also a variety of scenarios that modify various parts of the game to make it even more interesting. For instance, there are weather effects, pinch hitting, and even scenarios that expand the game to cover several innings.
To entice even more players to the game, Handelabra Games has dropped the price to $3.99, the first price drop since the game released. The price drop, the new update, and the release of the game on Steam should help make the game’s community larger, which is essential for a game that might be fun in single player but truly shines in multiplayer. The update is live, so go check out the new campaign, and make sure to drop by our forums to find opponents to play against.