First, they’ve apparently been secretly hard at work developing a digital version of Dice Hate Me Games’ popular baseball-themed board and dice game, Bottom of the 9th. We don’t have a lot of details on it just yet, but in a conversation with Handelabra Games’ Founder and President Jeremy Handel, he quipped that they’re currently in the 4th inning as far as development goes. His team started by developing the main engine for the game, just to see if it would all work. Handel said that they have a functioning build, “but it isn’t pretty at the moment”, there is still work to do.
Handel seemed really enthusiastic about their plans for the game. Going digital would allow them to craft an even quicker playing version of (the already quick) Battle of The 9th, as well as potentially expand the experience as well to make it a complete baseball experience rather than just the single half-
For more details as the development progresses, keep an eye on Bot9Digital.com and join their mailing list. In the meantime check out this trailer at the end of this post.
As for Sentinels of the Multiverse fans, a new update was just released yesterday which adds the Challenge Mode which was previously unlocked as a $110,000 stretch goal during their most recent Kickstarter campaign.
A new hero team, Termi-Nation, makes also makes its debut with this update and with it are several new variants to discover for Absolute Zero, Bunker, and Unity.
Here are all the details…
Unlock conditions for the Termi-Nation variants are waiting to be discovered by you! Remember, the first person to contact us on Facebook or Twitter with a screenshot showing their successful unlocking of a Variant earns a spot in the Hall of Fame.