It was only a week or so ago when we first spoke about Mantic Digital – and today it goes live!

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Pictured: Orcy and Fisty Glue Man squabbling over the iPad DreadBall Compendium

Yep, Mantic Digital is now open to all, and boasts a huge number of features:

–       Stream books over the internet

–       Install books as home-screen apps (Select “Share” and “Add to Home Screen”)

–       Buy once, read anywhere – Download EPUB, Kindle and PDF formats

–       Open links in split screen – don’t loose your place

–       Responsive design – works on nearly any device; mobile, tablet or computer

–       Living rules – automatically update

–       Secure purchases powered by Stripe – no credit card details stored by Mantic Digital

Firstly we’ve got all three Season books available for download with beautifully re-designed pages to fit any screen, and rules definition popups.

To make things extra easy, all three Season book are compiled into the DreadBall compendium, an integrated and up to date resource that contains all of the rules you need to play, including stats for all 12 teams and over 20 MVPs all in one simple download, and a lovely little discount.

A'Teo "The Savage" Adysi

A’Teo “The Savage” Adysi – get his and all of the other team and MVP rules on your device of choice.

To mark national DreadBall release day – yep, the Galactic Tour Series: Azure Forest Pack, Season 3 Team Boosters and MVP All-star packs all start shipping today – we’ve even got the digital release of the Azure Forest book as well, included if you pick-up the DreadBall Compendium.

But that’s not all, there’s also the DreadBall Playbook app! You’ll be able to purchase this game companion individually, or for free if you pick up the compendium – though it will be released a little later after we do some more tinkering.

Pop on over to manticdigital.com and pick-up your copy – formats are compatible with all iOS and Android formats, as well as e-readers such as Kindle, though please note that some functionality may not work on e-readers, because of the touch facility it’s also not yet compatible with Firefox or older versions Internet Explorer (the folks at Purple Guerilla are working on an interface for Firefox) – we recommend using Google Chrome or Safari.

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