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Bottom of the 9th

Platforms:

iOS & Android

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Bottom of the 9th

OVERVIEW

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"Bottom of the 9th" is a decent game, but it has a below average rated digital adaptation

Free until further notice - Stay home and help flatten the curve! Play the most exciting moment of baseball in this fast-paced dice and card game! It’s a beautiful day here at the ballpark, and this game has been a squeaker! Everyone expected the league leaders to roll into town and easily defeat the home team. But the scrappy upstarts have played the game of their lives and managed to keep the score...

RATINGS SUMMARY

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CRITIC REVIEWS

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Aug 30, 2017 | by Harry Slater

Pocket Gamer

I don't really understand baseball. It is a complicated game of rounders with too many rules that seems to last for about 14 hours longer than it really has any need to.But that's fine, because some people might say the same thing about board games, which I love. Well, not the bit about rounders, that ...

72

Aug 24, 2017 | by Campbell Bird

148apps

This baseball game is weird and wonderful, but not enough people are playing it.

73

Aug 23, 2017 | by Nick Vigdahl

TouchArcade

Handelabra Games, known for their digital adaptation of the cooperative tabletop card game Sentinels of the Multiverse ($6.99), has a brand-new offering in the App Store. This time they’ve tackled the dice-rolling baseball game Bottom of the 9th ($0.99), yet another tabletop to digital transformation. ...

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Aug 22, 2017 | by Brian of Pixelated Cardboard

Pixelated Cardboard

A unique bluffing and deduction game full of suspense.  Fun to play solo or multiplayer and lots of replayability.

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Date not listed | by Matt of 8Bit Meeple

8Bit Meeple

The Good: Good baseball theme throughout ● Interesting mechanics | The Bad: Mixed presentation ● Less interesting if you're not into baseball