Sentinels of the Multiverse Games for iPhone/iPad
Sentinels of the Multiverse Games for iPhone/iPad

Sentinels of the Multiverse Games for iPhone/iPad

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Calling all Sentinels! Do you have what it takes to defend the Multiverse? Compose a team of comic book heroes, each with their own playstyles, backstories, and grudges. Pit them against a variety of maniacal and formidable villains. Defeat your enemies and save the Multiverse!

Sentinels of the Multiverse is the award-winning game in which players join forces as heroes to combat a dastardly villain in a dynamic environment.

The digital version of Sentinels of the Multiverse plays like a comic book come to life! Control an entire team of heroes in single player, or head online and join heroes from around the globe in multiplayer. This is cooperative card-battle like you’ve never played before!

The rules of the game are deceptively simple: Play a Card, Use a Power, and Draw a Card. What makes Sentinels of the Multiverse unique is that each card has special abilities that can create powerful combos or even change the rules of the game!

This digital version includes all content from the SotM core game:
• 10 Heroes: Absolute Zero, Bunker, Fanatic, Haka, Legacy, Ra, Tachyon, Tempest, The Visionary, & The Wraith
• 4 Villains: Baron Blade, Citizen Dawn, Grand Warlord Voss, & Omnitron
• 4 Environments: Insula Primalis, Megalopolis, Ruins of Atlantis, & Wagner Mars Base

It also includes several unlockable variant cards:
• Variant heroes with alternate powers and backstory
• Variant villains bring an all new twist to the battle
• All are unlockable via secret Sentinels storyline-based challenges!

Expansion packs are available via In App Purchase:
• Season Pass 1 includes the first 4 expansions and 3 mini-packs. Save money and get all the content!
• Mini-Pack 1, Mini-Pack 2, and Mini-Pack 3 each contain a hero, a villain, and an environment.
• Rook City, Infernal Relics, Shattered Timelines, and Wrath of the Cosmos each contain 2 heroes, 4 villains, and 2 environments.
• Unlock more variants for expansion pack content!

Every rule & interaction in the game has been carefully adapted and thoroughly tested by expert Sentinels players, as well as the designer himself. If you’re wondering how a certain situation works in SotM, this game is the ultimate rules lawyer!

• Original music brings the Multiverse to life like you’ve never heard before. Rock out to the official Sentinels Theme Song, ambient tracks for each environment, and ending themes for each villain.
• Beautifully rendered environment backdrops put you right in the action.
• Brand new artwork for every Hero and Villain in the game, created by SotM artist Adam Rebottaro himself.
• Over 9,000 different potential battles to choose from.
• Play a solo game with 3 to 5 heroes or pass & play with your friends.
• Cross-platform online multiplayer with friends and others from around the world.

The recommended minimum amount of device RAM is 1 GB. Playing on an iPad 2, iPad mini, iPhone 4s, or iPod touch (5th gen) is possible but may result in a degraded experience.

Sentinels of The Multiverse: The Video Game is an officially licensed product of “Sentinels of the Multiverse®” from Greater Than Games LLC.

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Sentinels of the Multiverse Games ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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My favorite board game as a top-notch app Posted by

I've been a massive fan of SotM since I discovered it about a year and a half ago (I now own all of the expansions for the physical game). I had played the PC version a bit, but I couldn't get into it the way I could for the physical game (which I can happily spend an entire weekend on if my friends will let me). The phone version, though, somehow clicks with me far more than the PC version did, and I'm hopelessly hooked. If you've never played SotM at all, it's a really fun and balanced game that rewards good strategy without ever becoming trivial. The physical game is best played with friends (I love good co-op board games), though the phone version works just fine solo. Different characters do genuinely feel different, and while some are a bit stronger than others, there aren't any useless heroes (though certain villains might counter specific heroes if you aren't prepared and lucky), so there's a ton of variety in the way you approach things. You won't win every time, and that's okay! Perseverance does count for a lot, though, and I've squeaked out many a close win that looked hopeless just a round or two earlier. The decks have more complexity and nuance than you might think at first, and it's kind of like playing a CCG where you don't have to have a huge community, you don't have to spend a million dollars buying random cards, and there aren't any combinations that straight up break the game. If you know and love SotM already, this app is still worth your time. It's really nice to let the computer take care of the details for you (fighting Kaargra Warfang is a million times simpler when the computer tallies the titles and the favor points for you!), and the game is really good about saving your progress automatically, so you can easily play for a few minutes here and there without losing anything (as all good phone games should do). Even seasoned players will find it challenging to unlock all of the variant cards, and I had fun doing that. The Weekly One-Shots are also great because they force me to use character combinations I might not otherwise use, which is nice for the variety. The game is polished and smooth; I've never had it crash or freeze, and it's pretty easy to look at all the cards on the field and see what you're up against. The game tracks conditional effects automatically (like how many Burst cards are in Tachyon's trash or how much cold damage Absolute Zero has dealt on the current turn, both of which are incredibly relevant for some of their respective cards), which is really handy for some of the more complex characters. There's lots of neat little flourishes and Easter eggs to find (definitely keep the sound turned on if you play Guise and the Argent Adept in the same game), which is charming. My only quibble is that there are a couple edge cases that the computer parses differently than I would, like whether Captain Cosmic's constructs that do things when they're damaged still do those things if the damage destroys them (I say that they should, and the game says they don't). Honestly, though, that's really minor, and you won't find most things like that if you don't go looking for them. I'm looking forward to Season Two, which will include the team-style villains (from the expansions Vengeance and Villains of the Multiverse), and it'll be nice to let the computer keep track of all of their interactions for me. Even with just Season One, though, I can't put this app down, and I can't recommend it highly enough!

iPhone 6s, iOS 9.x Posted by

This is a well-conceived card battler with quite a bit of depth. I decided to give it a try after looking at several online "let's play" videos (the ones by Handelabra are exceptional), reading several reviews, and perusing the forums at board gaming websites (eg, My chief concern was whether it provided a good single-player experience. It does and the iPhone iteration stands alone in terms of intuitiveness and polish. Absolutely nothing stands between an iPhone user and the gaming experience. In fact, the interface streamlines the flow of the game, greatly enhancing player interaction. And everything—the art, text, effects—is sharp, clear, and easy to see. Handelabra definitely has raised the bar for iOS implementation of board games with SotM. These are the developers we should support. 5/5 stars awarded due to a nearly flawless experience. A few negatives: (1) the base card set weighs in at a whopping 725 MB (there has been discussion about having the choice of downloading only the expansion[s] one intends to play rather than all expansions upon purchasing the season pass); reducing file size and providing such options needs to happen; (2) reduce power consumption to the extent possible; presently, the app is quite the battery hog (much of which I'm willing to chalk up to the complicated ruleset); and (3) there is the occasional (and I do mean occasional in the "not very often at all" sense of the word) lag/framerate drop on my 6s; first noticed when villain #1 appeared during the tutorial. Hope the feedback helps, Handelabra!

Phenomenal adaptation = Best card game on iPad Posted by

Sentinels of the multiverse always interested me as a board game. Each of an entirely original group of superheroes is represented by a different deck of cards, which operate along principles based conceptually on the power set and thematic elements of the heroes. Villains are decks and character cards played according to precise rules, and act as an enemy to the group of hero decks. The fundamental problem with the board game was the complexity that made the game interesting also resulted in endless tracking of modifiers, hit points, abilities, etc. This game, by automating the tracking elements while preserving the genius of the numerous hero and villain deck mechanics, transforms a strong card game on cardboard to a super-hero of a computer card game. You owe it to yourself to give this a try if you like computer card games at all. The game has continuous new materials as the physical card game continues to develop and support further expansion, and the developers are amazingly responsive and dedicated. The price is very reasonable when you consider that it is single purchase for all content, and then substantial expansions modeled directly on the physical card game expansions as they were sold. A solid 5 stars, and I think by far the best solo computer card game on any platform. Did I mention multiplayer is already in Beta?

Fantastic digital version of a fantastic card game Posted by

The physical version of Sentinels of the Multiverse quickly became a favorite amongst my gamer friends. It is one of the few card games that really nails it's theme and can hold our attention week after week. There are enough variables built in to keep the games fresh and unique each time we play. I had my doubts about the digital version being able to keep track of all of the strange interactions of the various powers and buffs. But they managed to pack it all in. The developers of this gem did a fantastic job of translating the live experience on to my tablet. In fact, I've learned a few nuances playing the digital version that I had been playing wrong in the physical game. I can't recommend this game enough. It provides a wonderful way to learn new heroes and try out different team combinations. It's wonderful to play a quick game when my group can't get together. The presentation is all top notch (I love the golden age look of the illustrations). There is a lot going on under the covers here but the game interface handles it all spectacularly. If you aren't sure give the free learning mode a try. I plan on playing this for a very long time and I'll be purchasing every season pass they release.

A great adaptation of an amazing game Posted by

I can't emphasize how much I love this game, but I rarely get the chance to play. With this app, I can play the base game at any time. Sentinels of the Multiverse is a card game about superheroes teaming up to fight a threat to the world. They have characters to fill many of the superhero archetypes, and the way they play reflects the archetype of the character. Tachyon, the speedster, blows through her deck quickly with some cards gaining strength based on the number of cards she has in the trash. Legacy, like Superman, is tough and powerful in the way he inspires the other heroes to be better allowing them to do more damage or recover hit points. Similarly the villain decks have different win conditions. If the heroes don't stop Baron Blade quickly he pulls the moon into the Earth. While Grand Warlord Voss will overrun the Earth with his armies if he gets enough minions in play. If you like superheroes or board/card games you owe it to yourself to check this game out. I can't wait until they make the expansion content available.

Great game. Posted by

If you like super hero games or card games and especially if you like both, give this game a shot. Simple to understand, but very deep strategy. Interesting/unique play for every hero and villain. And most importantly…Super Heroes, lots and lots of Super Heroes. It is just fun to engage in an epic brawl against an arch nemesis. Very smooth game play even on my ancient machine (iPad 3) with no graphic hiccups. Although some of the effect could happen faster, I don’t know if that is my machine going slow or that is the speed they are programed to go (I can tap on the screen to move the action along much more quickly). Had this on my radar for a while and finally bought it during the Christmas sale ($6.99). I’ve played about 10 games now and will be buying the expansions in the very near future (expecting some iTunes gift cards incoming). It seems like a high price for an iOS game, but I have found this one to be totally worth it. Will update this review after I’ve got the expansions and have played a bit more.

Extremely well done adaptation Posted by

I was skeptical that the "Sentinels of the Multiverse" game could be effectively brought to tablet form without it being cumbersome or having to curb some of the different powers, but I am happy to report that skepticism was not warranted. This is an excellent adaptation, and it works exceedingly well. All the tedium of bookkeeping from the tabletop game is elegantly handled for you, which lets you focus on the gameplay. But by far...BY favorite feature is the utter lack of IAP. The developers could easily have nickel and dined us for all the villains and heroes, but they resisted that and just stood behind their app being worth the price. And it is. Kudos to the developers for that, allowing us to just enjoy without having to nag us for a dollar here, a dollar there throughout gameplay. If you at all enjoy the tabletop game or want a deeper, strategic superhero game, this is a game that deserves a spot in your library.

Highly Anticipated and Very Satisfied Posted by

I have been playing the card game with my friends for quite some time, and it is certainly my favorite non-digital game. Imagine my excitement when I heard that an iPad version of this game was coming out; I got it the night it came out and I'm very pleased. The reason for my four star review is the somewhat frequent crashing. The app will crash about once or twice per game. You don't lose any progress after crashing though. Also, as somebody who has every possible expansion for the card game, I'm a little bit unsatisfied with the selection of heroes, villains, and environments. It's sparse, and I'm a little bit worried about the high possibility of each future expansion being expensive. Other than that, it' very fun and well-made. I'm looking forward to all this app will have to offer.

Co-OP game that plays GREAT solo Posted by

Before purchasing, I had read about but never played the physical card game. This app is great fun - what a wonderful game. Sentinels of the Multiverse is a co-OP game that plays great solo (even better than the pass-and-play multiplayer). Definitely 5 stars and I would buy any expansions that come to digital on day 1. Just a few suggestions to improve the app: 1. There appears to be no way to view the reverse side of the villain or player cards, even in the Multiverse encyclopedia. 2. When browsing cards in the encyclopedia, would also like to see how many are in the deck. 3. Would love to see some form of stats or local "high score" - as it is, there is no lasting sense of accomplishment or record of past victories or defeat. Certainly not bugs, but would make a great app even better.

Expansions work for me! Posted by

I am not one to write reviews, but this is the most polished board game app I've seen. It has high production value and captures the feel of a comic book, down to the thought bubbles that tell you what is in your other heroes' hands. The expansions work fine for me on an iPad Air 2 with iOS 9.0.2. I was hesitant to buy them with the other reviews, so I wanted to mention that. The extra heroes and villains add a lot of replay value. Buy this game if you like deck building games without the deck building. It is all combat, so don't expect much in the way of story, aside from the excellent Multiverse background information. The rules are made for iOS, as there are so many interlocking abilities that it becomes a little dizzying at times. Off to try and beat The Chairman!

Solid Single-Player (as of launch) Experience Posted by

To me, table top game-to-iOS conversions rise and fall on the ability of the app to convey information in a comprehensible format. The menus and cards do just that; after a brief tutorial, I had no problems adjusting to the interface. The animations and music definitely enhance the mood of the game, and capture the feeling of the original. I do wish for online multiplayer in the near future, but for what it is as a single-player experience, I have nothing so far but praise. Note that I've played the tabletop game, so I know the mechanics; I could imagine that there would be a sense of a learning curve for newcomers, but not one that is insurmountable, by any means. Looking forward to where things go from here. Highly recommended.

Fabulous Posted by

It would take forever to give a proper review for a game of this magnitude. If you want to know and understand the complexities of this game, go online and read about it. If you're into card battlers with heroes fighting seemingly overpowered villains, then you'll want to own this game. This is more of a review of the iPhone port. I really appreciate that the devs didn't just port over the iPad version. They designed it around the iPhone screen. They never cease to amaze me. The digital version of this game has so much spit and polish and has been created with so much care. I really appreciate this company. Thanks for making a great game and for being so passionate about what you love to do. It truly shows.

Amazing adaptation to iPhone Posted by

There's a lot going on in this game and I'm sure it was really difficult for them to design it to work well on the iPhone but they've done an incredible job. The UI for playing is perfectly done and you have access to everything you need all the time. This game also works so well as a phone game that can be picked up any and played for a bit any time. My only quibble is that you can't get enough info when you're setting up a game - if you haven't memorized which picture goes with which variant then you need to go back to the multiverse screen to look it up and then set up a new game all over again because when you leave the setup screen it starts the game. Annoying, but I can get over it.

Exactly like the card version Posted by

I have the actual card game and was hesitant to buy the IOS version after reading a few bad reviews. I am glad I did not listen! This plays just like the card game, it's that simple. Except you do not have to do the book keeping and hit point tracking, which is realllllly nice. For this who are new, this is a super hero combat game against a super villain in a not so friendly environment. Every hero plays differently as does every villain and environment, so you have lots of replayability. The expansions add more of everything, so it gives you even more variety. Now if they could get the Vengeance expansion digital, so I can get two of my favorite heroes in the game!

Love this game! Posted by

As a player of the tabletop version, I love how this app makes setup and shuffling instantaneous. I've gotten to play so many games of sentinels because of this app - thanks! Having errors with season 1, though. Bought it shortly after downloading the base app, clicked restore purchases to re download everything in order to get the wrath of the cosmos content, and got charged another $20. Worse yet, I can't access anything except base content, and the store can't connect to verify my purchase (SKERRORDOMAIN ERROR 0). Help?

Hard to imagine this in real life Posted by

My understanding is that this is based on a card game, but the sheer variety of the rules set for the various heroes, villains and environments makes me wonder if it’s even possible to play this as a real life card game without being completely overwhelmed. As a game on the iPad, it’s phenomenal however - the visuals are top notch, the game play is engaging and addictive, and the characters have real personality. I’m not sure if I’ll ever play it multiplayer, but as a solo game, it’s a wonderful distraction.

Great game Posted by

I haven't played the physical game but am seriously thinking of doing so after playing the digital version. Gameplay is fun and very deep. The app is very well done. I haven't had any crashes or noticeable slowness on my iPad Mini 2. I did wait about 2 months before buying due to the price, but I'm glad I finally bit. I will probably go for the expansions as well. The price is high for an app but not bad considering the quality or in comparison to buying the physical game and expansions.

Fantastic Posted by

Had the pleasure of discovering the table top game. The digital version does a fantastic job representing the game. Truly impressive how it keeps track of all the modifiers in the game. In addition, the music is very good and really helps set the scene. Game includes bios for all the characters, villains and environments. In addition, all of the cards can be viewed. While this is technically a coop game, it makes for a great solo experience. It's the only way I have played.

Great app, made me love the game Posted by

I was never a bit sentinels fan on the tabletop. This app has changed my mind. The game play is great. And what an awesome implementation. I am also very happy that the developer has chosen to add so much free content and actively develop the app with the release of 1.1. I can’t wait for more content in the future.

Great game Posted by

This is quite a gem that I am glad to have stumbled upon. Great art style and gameplay design. I would buy the expansions but the recent reviews on lack of support is making me think twice. All in all, the base game is nice. I did experience a random crash though, while playing on my ipad4.

Basically fun, but poorly balanced. by baslack 2016-08-10

So I've spent about five hours or so playing this. The implementation itself is fine. It seems stable, I've had no technical issues. What I do have issues with though is the game design itself. Some of the villain effects are so over the top as to be "I win." Example, I just played a game in which the villain raised EVERY minion I had killed the entire 45 minute game, with no cost to himself. This was like 12 cards, all of which dealt damage to every hero. That,my friends, is poor game design. One card should not change an eminent win to a loss. One card shouldn't negate the progress of an entire session. That's not fun, that's random. I am thankful though for the 2.99 taste. It let me try the game without significant investment. If I had spent 34.95 on this for a physical copy, I would be mad.

Fantastic Game, But With Issues by ZanaLyrander 2016-04-16

While I love the new content added with the current patch, there are still some serious issues with the game. Most noticeable, the villain select screen lags so much that selecting a villain to face is a challenge in and of itself (double taping on a villain to see their character card or difficulty is essentially impossible, the lag will not register the second tap). In addition the game crashes reasonably often. This isn't a *huge* problem, because the game autosaves constantly, so nothing is lost, but it is still a pain. That being said, the game is still excellent and incredibly fun. Fix these issues and I'd give it a solid 5/5.

Keep those updates coming. by Review 645$ 2017-01-16

This game definitely speeds things up from the card game variant in real life. Not that I have played that but I do have a similar game. I like how some of the heroes are spoofs of Marvel/DC heroes but still retain originality. The game can be hard but with the right strategy and a bit of luck you can win. One thing I would like to suggest is that you make a bluetooth multiplayer mode. I cannot find Game Center on my new iPhone and I think they removed it. A pass the phone multiplayer mode would also be good to give others a taste of the game, but you don't have to do that one. I am glad you made this and keep the updates comming.

Dev Blames Apple by Ripped And Ticked 2015-10-02

I own over 100 board game apps. This is actually a great game. My problem is that I've purchased both expansions and unable to download them. I contacted the developer and they blamed Apple. They said that an IOS update should fix it. Well IOS 9 and the following two releases didn't solve it. I am out my money and extremely disappointed that the developer essentially blamed someone else and told me there was nothing they could do. Ok, that's fine, disappointing, but if they're unable to fix...then at least offer me my money back. I've been very patient for over two months, but stil no fix.

Slow, torturously long games by Lantosel 2015-11-08

The physical version of the card game plays better. Unfortunately, the developer lacked imagination in bringing this game to iOS. Clunky UI makes game turns slow and games torturously long. Sentinels of the Multiverse should have been about heroes and villains center-stage. Instead, players are expected to hunt for the right places to tap in order to execute a turn. The fact that they now have a “Learn to Play Edition” tells you how much of a challenge it is to even begin to play.

The game is awesome when it isn't crashing. by Schtoom 2014-10-15

I love SotM and own the physical version of the game. I was ridiculously excited to get my hands on the digital version of the game. However, the constant crashes make the game unplayable. Sure, the game does save its state after each turn, but it's super annoying. I'm using an iPad Mini that should have enough juice to run this game.

Needs ability to manage expansion downloads by Toomanybarts 2016-01-31

Great game but unusable as app has bloated to nearly 2Gb with iap! Needs ability to manage expansion downloads : I bought the season pass and can only download ALL expansions or none. Please add ability to only download the expansions you want to play with. Ive had to delete app as it's just too large and unmanageable.

So much potential by Mjprogue 2016-07-31

No idea why the Devs are wasting time on new content when the game balance needs so much work. At least one villain is literally unbeatable unless you use a very precise mix of heroes and still get lucky. Strategy is traded for memorization and luck...pathetic really since the game has a lot of your cash.

Fun, But Buggy by clokverkorange 2015-02-18

Once the game gets going its a ton of fun, and takes out a lot of the fiddly stuff in the card game. However, it crashes non stop on an iPad Air with the latest update. Kindof makes it unfun - after every turn there's the added "fun factor" of wondering whether or not you'll be staring at the home screen.

Unplayable in its current state by FineRedMist 2014-10-20

I've yet to be able to complete a single game without a crash, and that's after suffering through an endless series of unrecognized double-taps, button presses, etc. The game should clearly state that it only runs on Retina iPads, I guess. Better yet, check hardware before allowing the purchase.

Unplayable on older iPads by Ljakell 2016-04-15

Worked fine before this patch. Since patch character select screen is so slow i can't start a game on ipad2 or iPad retina.

Crashes Constantly by FallenSeraph75 2014-11-20

Great game, but with 3gb of space and a new iPad2, it constantly crashes. This shouldn't be the case.