After three months of feedback and testing, we're thrilled to announce that the Fallout: Wasteland Warfare mobile app by Jamie Morris has finally been released on iOS and Android.
The app is more than a mere list builder, making it easier than ever to keep track of the whirling maelstrom of conflict in the desolate wastes of the future. You can track damage, status tokens, and have quick access to all of your equipment stat cards in one place. You can even have the app generate a random AI force and calculate their behaviour for you. Since we announced the open beta back in June, Jamie has been hard at work making improvements based on your feedback, including a fully guided Settlement Tracker, a random force generator and a card reference library.
To try it out, just search for "Fallout: Wasteland Warfare" on Google Play or the iOS App Store, or click on one of the links below:
You can try all of the app's features completely free with the same unit cards and equipment you get in the core box set. Additional cards are available as in app purchases at a fraction of the price of their physical counterparts. For those of you who took part in the beta on Android, existing purchases will be carried over. Any card packs bought during the iOS beta were actually free test purchases, and as such won't carry over into the full release.
Jamie would love to hear about how easy or hard the app is to use, as well as any bugs that you may find. And if there are any killer features you want to see, let him know. All feedback should go directly to the app developer: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Developer
Jamie Morris is a husband, father, and professional software developer with a love of all things Fallout. Originally a hobby project, the app has grown into the official licensed companion for Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, and Jamie has brought over a decade of experience to bear on making it the best in the industry. You can contact him on the email address above or by joining the Fallout: Wasteland Warfare Facebook group, where Jamie can often be found answering questions or providing updates.