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Battle of the Bulge: play this WWII iPad game built by local game company Shenandoah Studio

Strategize as if you were a commander in World War II’s Battle of the Bulge in this iPad game from Center City shop Shenandoah Studio. 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 […]

A screenshot from Battle of the Bulge.

A screenshot from Battle of the Bulge.

Strategize as if you were a commander in World War II’s Battle of the Bulge in this iPad game from Center City shop Shenandoah Studio.

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.

Companies: GoodCompany Group / Green Village Philadelphia / Shenandoah Studio
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