Archive for the ‘Days of Wonder Online’ Category

Facebook Friends – Ticket to Ride Asia Winners

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

The Facebook Friends Freebie Contest is over and 10 Days of Wonder fans have won a free copy of Ticket to Ride Asia, the new expansion to Ticket to Ride.
Congratulations to: T Isaacson, M C Kimball, M Ares, S Vega, P van Bennekom, S Banks, D Boudreau, L Johannsen, T Stewart, and R Lo! Not only will they receive Ticket to Ride Asia, but we’ll also send a copy to the Facebook friend of their choice.

Thanks to everyone who participated. Be sure to check out Ticket to Ride Asia!

Ticket to Ride for iPad named Digital Game of the Year

Monday, October 17th, 2011

Ticket to Ride for iPad was awarded a Special Jury Prize as the 2011 Digital Game of the Year in Denmark this week.

The Danish Guldbrikken (Golden Pawn) Awards honor the best games each year. In awarding Ticket to Ride the prize, the jury called the game, “the exemplar of how a board game makes the leap to the digital world without compromise. The iPad version dazzles with its superb finish, easy availability and unparalleled expandability, as well as the ability to play on just the iPad or over the Internet.”

Learn more at the Ticket to Ride for iPad webpage or in the App Store.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Memoir ’44 Online is now Steam Powered!

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

The Memoir ’44 battlefield is expanding. We’ve just introduced Memoir ’44 Online on Steam – bringing the award winning WWII game to the largest online gaming platform as a free download.

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New Ticket to Ride iPad 1.2 released!

Sunday, October 9th, 2011

So you think you’ve become something of a Ticket to Ride railroad tycoon?  In the new Ticket to Ride for iPad 1.2, you have a chance to prove it by testing your mettle against Cornelius Vanderbot Jr. – a new AI competitor whose tactics are sometimes as ruthless as a real rail baron.

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Ticket to Ride is Apple’s iPad Game of the Week

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

Apple has named Ticket to Ride the iPad Game of the Week in the US, Canada and Europe. Discover the new iPad game that received the Pocket Gamer Gold Award and that editor Will Wilson called:

“A fantastic adaptation of an excellent board game, and a must-buy for strategy fans.”

 

Visit Ticket to Ride for iPad in the App Store to learn more or purchase.



Ticket to Ride Rolls into iPad Station

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Days of Wonder announces Ticket to Ride for iPad, its second interactive board game designed specifically for iPad!

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Small World for iPad wins Pocket Gamer award

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

As we announced last month, UK-based Pocket Gamer held their annual award ceremony at the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco. We’re very excited to announce that Small World for iPad was awarded the 2011 Pocket Gamer Award for Best Strategy/Simulation Game!

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Happy Holidays – Enjoy the Gift of Giving from Days of Wonder!

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

Your plan was to be totally prepared for Christmas this year with all your shopping done early right? That’s probably working out as well for you as it is for us! Busy holidays and last minute shopping just seem to be a fact of life. It’s too late to ship anything now, but our website elves have put in some last-minute work to help you out.

You can now gift any of the DOW Online games or features – including Memoir ’44 Online War Treasure – to a friend or family member directly from the Days of Wonder webstore!
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Memoir ’44 Online Beta – Call for Volunteers

Thursday, November 25th, 2010

Training exercises have begun… Over a thousand cadets have already landed on the shores of Memoir ’44 Online.  Operation Open Beta is your chance to join them.

Do you have what it takes to test the new multiplayer online version of the award-winning Memoir ’44 board game? If you are ready to relive the most famous battles of World War II with Memoir ’44 Online, join our band of brothers.

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DOW responds to outrageous UK press stories

Monday, September 13th, 2010

Small World not responsible for killing dogs or neglecting children.

In a classic case of “Google Journalism”, erroneous press reports from British newspapers, the Daily Mail and the Sun that implicate Days of Wonder’s Small World board game have spread like wildfire over the internet. The stories mistakenly blame the Small World board game as the reason a British woman neglected her children and let the family dogs die because she was so addicted to online game play. We can only assume that the so-called “journalists” mistook Small World, for a similarly named online virtual world. (more…)