Co-founders Joanna and Rivelle have led a successful Kickstarter campaign for an augmented reality app called Cartographr.
The app has a game chat in two modes; one for the game (in character, if you will) and one for outside it (out of character), dice rolling, and it keeps up with game turns.
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The app can track damage, statue tokens, provide quick access to equipment cards and even generate a random AI force.
It's not usual that a Kickstarter has to reassure potential backers that they don't need real-life combat skills.
The mobile game has over 100 hours of gameplay, six DLC adventures and supports group play.
Ever wanted to have a Lovecraftian horror rise through the gaming table to scare the daylights out of your Cthulhu investigators? Ardent's the app for that.
Is it the chance for anyone to walk through a mystery/romance novel or the chance to “build a boyfriend” and go on simulated dates?
As the paid-for anomaly battles this weekend started, some players found that the app was malfunctioning.