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Play the most exciting moment of baseball in this fast-paced dice and card game!<br><br>It’s a beautiful day here at the ballpark, and this game has been a squeaker! Everyone expected the league leaders to roll into town and easily defeat the home team. But the scrappy upstarts have played the game of their lives and managed to keep the score tied right until the end. Their fatigue is showing and now it's their last chance. If the home team batters don’t score a run now, the visitors will be sure to win the game in extra innings. It all comes down to the Bottom of the 9th!<br><br>Will you lead the underdogs to victory? Or will you defend the league leaders’ unbroken winning streak?<br><br>Bottom of the 9th is a strategic 2-player baseball game played with cards and dice. This faithful adaptation brings the fast-paced fun of the tabletop game to your iPhone and iPad! Choose your lineup from a pool of players with different strengths and abilities, outsmart your opponent in the stare-down, then roll the dice to trigger the action.<br><br>Bottom of the 9th offers many ways to play:<br>• Compete in single player against a computer opponent (3 levels of difficulty)<br>• Take on the Manager's Challenge 6-game solo campaign mode<br>• Pass and play on your device with a friend <br>• Challenge a friend to play online<br>• Find a worthy opponent in a ranked online match<br>• Organize a casual online exhibition game<br><br>The powerhouse visitors have six dynamite pitchers to choose from, including:<br>• Wake Louder throws a nasty knuckleball that can get a lost ball just into the edge of the strike zone.<br>• Southpaw Straw is a talented lefty pitcher with one dangerously effective (and illegal) spitball.<br>• Hurricane Patriss is a top notch reliever, and the only thing more hypnotic than his curveball is his voice.<br><br>Don't count out the home team! They have a dozen batters, each with their own special powers, including:<br>• Mully Nomah can be devastating against the pitching team when runners are in scoring position. He can clobber a pitch and get those base runners home!<br>• Kerry Rumble has power behind her swing. She has the ability to crush the ball hard, at the cost of hitting lots of fouls. She just can’t resist taking a swing! <br>• K.C. Petty is truly a powerhouse when the chips are down. The more strikes he gets, the bigger he swings.<br>• Hannah Cait may look innocent, but when she's in the zone she calls all the shots! This rookie's level of control over her swing is the envy of many a veteran.<br><br>Both teams have access to two support characters who provide special abilities to one or both teams:<br>• Dice Dixon has no problem taking chances coming out from the dugout, benching batters and challenging umps!<br>• Doc Mullins is always looking after the health of the team, whether that means a more rested pitcher or more energized batters!<br><br>The Manager's Challenge solo campaign mode puts you right in the dugout as a team manager. Can you lead your team to the playoffs in a 6-game homestand?<br>• Play six game solo campaigns as the home team against a revolving cast of pitchers.<br>• Compete in nine different game situations, including multiple inning games.<br>• Each campaign game is played using one of six effect cards that change the feel of the game.<br>• The Manager's Challenge can be played in Classic Mode (using a Pitcher's Deck of stare-down cards) or against any level of CPU opponent.<br>• Four increasing levels of difficulty will put your management and batting skills to the test!<br>• Earn up to 11 achievements and compete with others on 8 leaderboards for the solo campaign mode.<br><br>~~~ There’s nothing that’s quite like the thrill you feel in the Bottom of the 9th! ~~~<br><br>Bottom of the 9th is an officially licensed product of “Bottom of the 9th” from Greater Than Games and Dice Hate Me Games.<br><br>For more information, visit Bot9Digital.com
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I want to amend my original review which is below. Playing campaign mode is so different and so much more fun than the solo games against the AI. It’s opened up a whole new world for me and I cannot get enough. (Original review) It’s a fun game, certainly original and so amazingly well done but (and this is a big but) the dice rolls feel far from random. In fact, most times I can guess what the roll is going to be depending on each situation. Not saying the computer is cheating, but after a dozen games there is definitely a pattern.
I think an equal strike six should at least be a contact hit. The campaign is very defense favored as far as what you can hit. So basically if they roll a s 6 it only matters if you have two strikes otherwise just take the strike and don't bother rolling. Other than that pretty fun, some more players with different stats and traits would be fun.
Do you enjoy watching paint dry? This game may be too spicy for you. What a truly boring endeavor. Since it somehow costs $5, I have really tried to put extra effort into enjoying this game, but I simply can’t. It’s the opposite of fun. The game play is excruciatingly slow. If you actually manage to put a ball in play, then you seem to have to keep rolling until you get thrown out. Nothing about this game is well done. There are blobs that are meant to be players. I assume that’s a reference to whatever horrible board game this is based on. I want my money back. I promise to spend it on something more exciting, like watching grass grow or perhaps a glacier race.
A big part of this game is being the first to roll a five or six. However, when you roll a five or six after someone’s made contact, the game doesn’t register it. Then you lose. Rinse, repeat. I took video of the problem, sent it to tech support, never even got so much as a response acknowledging they were looking into it. Aside from being broken at one of the game’s core mechanisms, it’s a really well done app. If they fix this issue, it’s an easy 5-stars. Until they do, it’s basically unplayable.
I’ve played about 20 of games of this game, and while the concept and game mechanics are great, I must be either the unluckiest guy ever, or the dice are very rigged. About 1/5 of my hits land me on base- statistically they should be 50%. When I predict the pitch it’s always a ball, when I don’t it’s a strike that gets modified to a 6. I’ll reroll to match or beat a 3 three times and fail often. It’s just frustrating to make all the right in game decisions and lose repetitively to being incredibly “unlucky”. I’m sorry I purchased this game and would not recommend it until we get a dice coding fix.
Developed by Handelabra Studio LLC.
Bottom of the 9th is ranking in Games & Board & Sports & Sports
Last update was at Mar 13, 2018and the current version is 1.2.2.
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