Digidiced, the company that has brought many board game classics to digital platform, now brings us Indian Summer. You may be familiar with the many Uwe Rosenberg games Digidiced already has in their inventory: Le Havre, Patchwork, Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small, Cottage Garden, and Bohnanza: The Duel. The digital version allows players to play in solo mode against three different computer opponents, against friends in local multiplayer, or any player in online mode. It also includes an asynchronous mode that provides notifications when it is your turn. The interactive tutorial easily teaches new players how to play the game. The game is available now on both the Apple App Store and in Google Play. A Steam version is soon to be released. Visit Digidiced to learn more about the digital version of Indian Summer.
Continuing Uwe Rosenberg‘s exploration of polyominoes, Indian Summer is coming soon from Stronghold Games. Stronghold Games released Rosenberg’s previous puzzle game in 2016, Cottage Garden, too. This one features the same beautiful artwork of Andrea Boekhoff, but is touted as being geared toward more experienced gamers:
At the heart of the game are puzzle tiles with holes that are placed on individual forest boards to cover up treasures. When players get their hands on these, they gain more options and an edge over their opponents. All that counts in the end is to be the first to cover your forest floor completely with leaves.
From the publisher’s thematic description:
Before winter makes its appearance, a particularly warm fall bathes the forest in a golden shimmer. During the Indian Summer, New England blossoms one last time. Treetops are ablaze with countless colors — a living rainbow, from green to orange to red. Slowly the first leaves are starting to fall. Meanwhile, our steps and the diligent squirrels rustle the colorful foliage.
On our walks through the woods, we discover all kinds of little treasures; we collect berries, nuts, mushrooms and feathers. We pause for a moment to watch the shy inhabitants of the forest before we set off towards home once again. There, a good book and a hot tea are already awaiting.
Indian Summer is set to arrive in January 2018.