Season 2 of new content for the super heroic cooperative card game, Sentinels of the Multiverse, is underway in full force with the just released mega-expansion, Vengeance, which is live on iOS, Android, and PC/Mac.
Vengeance is the biggest expansion Handelabra‘s ever crafted bringing with it an entire new mode, Team Villain. What does this mean to you, our loyal readers? Instead of battling just one a-hole with a god complex, you can now battle up to five at a time. That’s right, you can mix and match up to five new villains included with this set into a legion. Some might even call it a legion of doom, but you won’t hear that around these parts.
Besides the new villains and game mode, you also get five new heroes to join your team as well as 2 new environments:
- Setback (previously included in the Season 2 Preview Pack) – People have always pitied Pete Riske for his bad luck, but he doesn’t see it that way. Sometimes, things just work out. Like this medical testing he just signed up for run by someone called “Baron” something or other. He thinks this will be just the turn his luck needs.
- Parse – Kim Howell was troubled by her Asperger’s syndrome as a child. But as she grew up, she prided herself on her ability to focus and analyze, which helped her delve deep into the Omnitron project. The same code that rewrote Omnitron upgraded Kim, and as Parse, she dissects every detail of information to combat evil.
- K.N.Y.F.E – Previously a member of the Scottish Marines, Paige Huntly was a model recruit for The Block’s Special Operations team. After over a decade around The Block, her body altered and manifested energy powers. Noticing something was amiss amongst the Multiverse, her departure from F.I.L.T.E.R. has led her on a new journey within it.
- The Naturalist – Michael Conteh, a former oil tycoon in Africa, had been cursed by Akash’Bhuta to wander the wilderness in various animal forms for years. After several encounters with a certain red-haired musician, and a better understanding of the natural world, he fights to protect the environment and the people of the Multiverse.
- The Sentinels – Nick Hernandez and Jackson Bravo were college friends. Jackson was always huge, and he just seemed to get even bigger and stronger throughout college. But when Nick began transforming from a normal human being to a form composed of living energy… well, those were challenging times. Eventually they crossed paths with Miranda Fischer, a child gifted with psychic powers, and Eugene Wilkenson, a desperate inventor and reformed bank robber. A few plucky happenstances later, the team of heroes known as The “Southwest” Sentinels formed, here to protect those who need it most!
- Freedom Tower – In the heart of Megalopolis, the Freedom Tower stands as a beacon for Justice. It makes an excellent home turf for many heroes, but if it were to be overrun by villains and their minions, the results would be devastating.
- Mobile Defense Platform – These floating structures have been one of Baron Blade’s signature Mega-Gadgets. Any civilian who spots one on the horizon knows it’s time to evacuate. Heroes should take great care before setting foot on such a structure, regardless of what villain might be aboard.
As usual, Handelabra has also included variants for you to find and unlock as well as some bug fixes and new features, such as five new backgrounds for all environments in the game so you don’t get bored staring at the same art all the time. See how much they love you?
Sentinels of the Multiverse is available for iOS Universal, Android, Kindle, and PC/Mac at the links below, with the Vengeance expansion available via IAP or as part of the Season 2 Pass.
- Sentinels of the Multiverse for iOS Universal,$7
- Sentinels of the Multiverse for Android, $7
- Sentinels of the Multiverse for Kindle, $7
- Sentinels of the Multiverse for PC/Mac, $10