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Ignore the iBodger complaints.
A great in game tool and truly ambitious. It's nice to see a company try something new. If you're looking for just a list builder, look elsewhere (like a $2 calculator) this app isn't designed for that, it's an in game reference and damage tracker. And enough with the iBodger whining, it's dead, get over it.
EverLast07x on Aug 6, 2012 for War Room
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Love it!
So psyched to have this finally!
Diatrive on Aug 6, 2012 for War Room
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2 stars for looks
iBodger was a better app, unless I'm mistaken I cannot make an army list without buying the faction deck? No thank you PP you have certainly dropped the ball on this one unless there is something in missing.
CatanMan on Aug 6, 2012 for War Room
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App works well with a slick UI
App works as advertised. The UI is intuitive, though if you like ibodger's it may be tough to get used too. You do have to buy the decks of cards, though they are much cheaper than their real world counterparts. The best part is if you buy the decks on one platform you unlock it for other platforms as well.
Movie Sean on Aug 6, 2012 for War Room
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Current version not worth the wait
With the nonnative controls and counter intuitive interface elements, like creating a new army, or having no differentiation between cards you own and don't own. The app is currently not worth investing in. Also the known lack of list enforcement is still a down point in an app that promised so much when it was previewed. I was waiting on this to use my Khador army that I got mostly second hand with MK1 cards or no cards, I guess they will stay on the shelf a while longer.
Urtho on Aug 6, 2012 for War Room
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A good first step
So far so good... It's nice to finally have War Room, but the user interface is functionally pretty bad. (Feels like I'm trying to use a PC app on a tablet.) Layout is awkward, and it's difficult to try out all the features without buying a deck. A great start would be for Tinkerhouse to hire a design engineer. Still, it's the only game in town, so we're stuck with it. Here's to hoping it gets better, although I honestly thought it would be more baked given all the time it's taken to get this far.
AndyInAston on Aug 6, 2012 for War Room
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