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 IPHONE NEWS - SALE

Wellington's Victory, the digital version of the classic board game, is on sale right now

Finally facing my Waterloo

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Wellington's Victory is a digital version of a classic, and now hard to find, board game.

As you might be able to tell from its name, it's all about the battle of Waterloo. It's huge in scope, and you can sink hours into a single play.

And right now it's cheaper than it's been since it came out on the App Store a couple of years ago. For just £5.99 / $5.99 you can grab an experience that will quite literally keep you entertained and enthralled for weeks.

The board game has been around since the mid '70s, when it won a couple of awards. It's deep, it's complex, and if you're playing it on your iOS device you won't have to worry about losing all the little pieces.

If any of that has tickled your fancy you should head over to the App Store, by clicking this link right here, and buy the game before it goes back up to its full price of £12.99 / $12.99.
 

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Harry Slater 19 June 2017
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