Launched last week, Battle of the Bulge takes cues from traditional board wargaming and brings them to the iPad platform, according to a release. PocketTactics called it “the most important iOS game yet.”
Get it here for $9.99.
The game was crowdfunded and raised nearly double its goal of $20,000. Shenandoah Studio, located at 16th and Arch in the GoodCompany Group incubator, is focused on strategy-based games for the iPad. It’s currently working on its next game: El Alamein, based on the WWII battle in North Africa.
The team of seven is led by CEO and cofounder Eric Lee Smith. Smith, who’s in his 50s, lives in Mount Airy.
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