Update 1.1 is now available! This update includes a number of new features:
- Addition of a gaming log. You can now save the final scores of the current game to your history log so you can compare this score to the next time you play that game.
- Dice rolling tool. If you cannot find a die to use for a game you can now use the new feature to roll random dice rolls supporting all common dice (4, 6, 8, 10, 20, etc) or custom values (accessed either from the main menu or the new ‘Tools’ menu in game).
- Random first player chooser tool available from the new ‘Tools’ menu in game.
- Summary of current scores. Single button press in game brings up a summary of all players and current scores.
- Option to include a round counter added to the setup game menu. A round counter is then added to the list once in game.
For those who have already downloaded the app, the update should happen automatically. If not (or if you haven’t downloaded the app yet) it can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
The James Potts Games business cards have arrived! There is also a big feature update coming to Digital Score Pad soon. The update will add a game history, dice rolling, first player chooser, round counter, and game summary features.
The finishing touches are still being made, but the update should be ready to go soon!
I am very excited to announce the website and Facebook page for James Potts Games is LIVE! It has taken a while but with these new platforms I will be able to keep everyone up to date with development progress, events, and (hopefully) new releases. Looking forward to posting updates soon, but for now here is the full resolution image of the new banner!
James Potts Games on Facebook.
— James 🙂
Good News! Development of the Digital Score Pad app has reached its closed Alpha testing phase. If all goes to plan the app will progress to Beta testing and then be released very soon!
I am very excited about sharing the Digital Score Pad with everyone and enhancing people’s board and card gaming experiences with the help of this app. Here is a look at the interface for the in-game screen (where you will actually be keeping track of player’s scores):