Highborn Chapter 2 now available as IAP

Highborn (TMA Review), one of my personal favorite Turn Based Strategy games on the iPhone, has just been updated with Chapter 2 as an in-app purchase ($0.99 for iPhone, $1.99 for iPad version). This eagerly anticipated follow up will bring forth 8 new missions, new enemies and allies and various new structures. Aside from the IAP, the update also includes multiple new features for the game in general:

  • Improved 3D unit artwork and models;
  • Units now display their attack range during movement;
  • Monoliths now display which spell they control and a cool-down timer;
  • End-of-mission statistic screen with information on turns taken, enemies killed, number of structures captured and lost, and more;
  • SHAKE TO UNDO! This highly requested feature has been added to the single-player campaign, allowing players to undo their entire previous turn.

For those of you who enjoyed the game earlier on, the 2nd chapter should be an easy buy at only a buck. Otherwise you can always pick up Highborn on the iPhone (chapter 1) for $0.99, or download the free lite version to see if it’s your cup of tea. Videos and more info after the gap.

Highborn Jet Set Games, Highborn (TMA Review), 69.1 MB – $0.99
Highborn HD Jet Set Games, Highborn HD, 85.4 MB – $2.99

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Friday Freebie Roundup – 1112 Episode 01, Highborn and Zombie Shock

Just in time for the next round of iPhone 4 launches worldwide, a bunch of excellent games have just been set free for 24 hours. And when I say excellent, I MEAN excellent! Are you still reading the intro and not the full story? Then shame on you! To give you a snippet of what’s in store after the gap – an excellent adventure 1112 episode 01, a superb turn-based strategy and a fun and addictive side-scroller.

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Highborn in Review – The ultimate fight with an Arch-lich named Floyd

Hello there, folks! I’m finally back from my long deserved vacation in the wonderful Italian town of Rimini. I know, you missed me :) Anyhow, I won’t bore you with descriptions of the wonderful time I had. Instead, allow me to tell you about a game that has kept me entertained during the long flights there and back as well as in some lengthy train trips. I’m talking, of course, about a recently released TBS by the name of Highborn.

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