iFumble (Android)

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Add a little mayhem to your game. Pick up iFumble!

Paizo Publishing presents iFumble, based on the popular GameMastery Critical Fumble Deck! iFumble is the companion to iCrit and is designed to balance out the critical hit system presented in that app, allowing both minor and major mishaps to occur during combat.

Confirmed a critical fumble? At the push of a button, you'll know your grim fate. iFumble features four different fumble results, each based on the nature of your attack. All are compatible with Pathfinder Roleplaying Game and the world's oldest RPG.

Stabbing yourself in the foot has never been this much fun. Useable by experienced players and novices alike, this product fits perfectly into any player's arsenal.

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The text size doesn't scale to fit the textboxes on either of my Android 6 devices. Used to work fine with Android 5. Paizo seems to have abandoned this app.


Combine with iCrit

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The app does as advertised. The sounds when you press the buttons are nice. My only gripe is that this is a separate app and thus you have to switch between this and iCrit. So perhaps as a future version they combine to two apps into one and then you can switch between the two with a swipe or a button.

Great artwork.


Well worth it!

*****

All the functionality of the physical product for the iPhone. This product, along with the iCrit App are highly recommended for those who, like me, enjoy downsizing their RPG encumbrance values when gaming away from home.


Functional and easy to use

*****

This is exactly what I expect out of an app - it is easy to use, looks good, performs the task it was designed for, and is inexpensive. This will get a lot of use at my gaming table. I can give the physical deck I own to my players to use, and keep my iPhone behind my DM screen.



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Dear Paizo,

Releasing the Critical Hit and Fumble decks for iOS is awesome. I only have one demand...

ANDROID. ASAP.

Sincerely,
Someone who uses their Android Tablet as an electronic character sheet.

PS: I do have an iTouch, and I'll be getting them on that. I just prefer to only drain one device's battery at a time.

Jon Brazer Enterprises

Sajuuk, Turtle of Creation wrote:


ANDROID. ASAP.

Mine is a request rather than a demand, but...

+1.


Just bought both icrit and ifumble. Fantastic apps!

Can you please develop a similar app for the Game Mastery Plot Twist Cards?


Dale McCoy Jr wrote:
+1.

+2 I'm an Android user and I'd love to see some Paizo lovin' for my OS of choice.


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And maybe an iCombat Pad.

Actually. the Combat pad, Crit, & Fumble need to be packaged as one app.

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xorial wrote:

And maybe an iCombat Pad.

Actually. the Combat pad, Crit, & Fumble need to be packaged as one app.

There are less iPhone users than Android, I wonder what the logic of not going android was?

Shadow Lodge

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Jarazix wrote:
xorial wrote:

And maybe an iCombat Pad.

Actually. the Combat pad, Crit, & Fumble need to be packaged as one app.

There are less iPhone users than Android, I wonder what the logic of not going android was?

Probably because iOS users (not simply iPhone) > Android users. I'm sure eventually it will come out for the Android market however.

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Asmodeus's Dad wrote:


Probably because iOS users (not simply iPhone) > Android users. I'm sure eventually it will come out for the Android market however.

That is incorrect; there are many more devices with Android then with iOS.

Though I think that Apps still do better on Itunes then they do on The Android Market.

There are of course other issues with Android Phone market, the disparity of different OS versions across all the phones is not helpful and the security issues with Androids are not helpful.

Dark Archive

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Jarazix wrote:
xorial wrote:

And maybe an iCombat Pad.

Actually. the Combat pad, Crit, & Fumble need to be packaged as one app.

There are less iPhone users than Android, I wonder what the logic of not going android was?

Partly because when the apps started development (about 2years ago) there was only really iPhone apps


I'm a bit surprised they only ported it to one platform as well, but I'm sure they've got a Java coder on board getting em up to speed. Probably just late to the game as Enlighten said.

Shadow Lodge

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Dragnmoon wrote:

That is incorrect; there are many more devices with Android then with iOS.

Though I think that Apps still do better on Itunes then they do on The Android Market.

There are of course other issues with Android Phone market, the disparity of different OS versions across all the phones is not helpful and the security issues with Androids are not helpful.

I will have to respectfully disagree since as of June 6, 2011 there were over 200 million devices sold with iOS. Best numbers I could find for the same date had Android with ~110 million devices. I do understand that it has been another month, but I would be hard pressed to believe in one month's time over 90 million Android devices were sold.

Liberty's Edge

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Asmodeus's Dad wrote:


I will have to respectfully disagree since as of June 6, 2011 there were over 200 million devices sold with iOS. Best numbers I could find for the same date had Android with ~110 million devices. I do understand that it has been another month, but I would be hard pressed to believe in one month's time over 90 million Android devices were sold.

Doing Google search for articles just this month I am seeing a Wide range of numbers that just don't seem to agree with each other.

When it comes to Smartphones it seems Android is way ahead, but when you add in Devices such as the iTouch *Which Android does not have a comparable product with* it doubles the iOS market. I have not seen any reliable numbers when it comes to both adding iOS Tablets *Which are still in the lead* and Android tablets.

Jon Brazer Enterprises

Asmodeus's Dad wrote:
I will have to respectfully disagree since as of June 6, 2011 there were over 200 million devices sold with iOS.

We can go round and round on this with no clear winner. And while Asmodeus's Dad is correct that more iOS devices have been sold over the long haul, it is clear that the rate of change in consumer's overall desire and recent purchasing habits is for android devices.

But the bottom line is that some customers are asking for Android Apps instead of iOS apps. That sound be the most important part of this discussion. That and the iOS users telling us that the app is great/terrible/a godsend/etc.


Android please? really dont want to buy an ipod just because of this lol.

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Yeah, Parable, and I don't want to have to by a PC just to get Hero Lab software. It's that kind of world.


As a future feature suggestion:

1) Allow you to choose which cards are available (sometimes I don't want a specific card to show up)

2) Allow us to create custom cards that get mixed in

3) Definitely combine the two apps into one.


As someone who doesn't have a smartphone (more and more jobs are out there handling personal data, where you aren't allowed to even HAVE a smartphone, or even a phone with a camera, on the premises - which, as it so happens, are all the decently paying jobs in my area) I personally would like a PC version of iFumble & iCrit, for when I'm running my Pathfinder games.


Not to take anything away from Paizo's great products, but I'm not sure there is enough demand for them to invest in a PC version of their apps.

I own the Critical Fumble and Critical Hit decks as well as the mobile apps (iCrit and iFumble). I agreed with some other folks that thoses apps should be combined so I created my own app, CritGen! for iOS and Android.

I also had a few request for a PC version of CritGen!, so here's a link if you're interested.


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any chance to get an apdate for Mac iOS 11?


Pathfinder Card Game Subscriber

Indications from the similar iCrit product page are that is unlikely.


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Hawkmoon269 wrote:
Indications from the similar iCrit product page are that is unlikely.

thanks

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