Darkest Dungeon: Tablet Edition Available on iPad

With its bite-sized individual dungeon runs, Red Hook Studios' Darkest Dungeon should lend itself pretty well to mobile gaming, and if you own a 64-bit iPad device you can now try it, and see for yousrelf if that's the case. The recently released Tablet Edition will cost you $4.99 on the App Store, and offer you the chance to sync your saves with the desktop versions of the game, so that you can continue delving greedily and deeply wherever you go.

You can find some additional details in the official announcement:

Today we are happy to confirm that you can now purchase Darkest Dungeon: Tablet Edition on the Apple App Store. The game works on all 64-bit iPad devices running iOS 9+.

Darkest Dungeon: Tablet Edition contains over 80 hours of core gameplay with unlimited replayability. This edition contains all features found in other editions. In fact, we’ve included the ability to sync your saves with PC/Mac/Linux versions of the game through the use of Dropbox.

We were assisted in bringing the game to iPad by Blitworks (www.blitworks.com), who have helped bring many terrific games as well, including Don’t Starve and Crypt of the Necrodancer.

We know that many of you may already own Darkest Dungeon on other platforms and are interested in picking it up on iPad, too. For this reason and others, we’ve priced it at $4.99 to make it fairly painless–unlike the rest of the game.

The Crimson Court DLC will be making its way to iPad later this year.

May your torches burn bright, your ale cups run over, and you be a better tenant of the Estate than your Ancestor was.


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