|Games||Free||Taylor Michel||iPhone, iPad, iPod|
Get to level 10!
• Level Tracking
• Dice Roller
• Multiple Players in Single App
I played a game with 4 others and it was difficult to keep track of all of our levels. It was great with the multiplayer’s functionality and how you can have your equipment level. It really was great when others would constantly walk by and start conversation with the group and we would forget who was what level. One complaint/request is instead of an ‘end turn’ (which I did not find necessary) a ‘previous player’ function when on the ‘Levels’ Page. This way you can return to the previous player instead of only hitting the ‘next player’ several times. Another cool function would be if there could be a stat for the current monster + added effects on monster. Or even a ‘add help’ for when requesting help from another player. Overall, while I could see some improvements, it does more than I originally thought, and find it to be greatly useful.
All you could need to play the game, no muss no fuss
Super simple, no need to keep track of my level manually anymore.
This app is simply design to be the best most straight forward level counting app. It works great and is better than any other rpg counting app out there.
Works great for what it's made for! I recommend to anyone who plays the game. 👍🏻
Tastes even better than the expensive name brand flavor!
My life is changed forever
I've watched the Wizard of Oz probably 178 times but I've always wanted to know exactly how many munchkins are in the film. This app has helped this task tremendously and it even had narrowed the number down with the special edition version of the film. Thanks so much!! All joking aside this works perfect for the game - exactly what you would expect and/or need as a typical companion app.
There isn't a monster counter and it doesn't count for more then one person... I'm goin back to level counter....
The problem with any Munchkin app, official or copy, seems to be that there just isn't anything worthwhile to offer in addition to the board game. This one is a free level counting app. It's a fun idea to have this sit along the board for players to look at, but for those of you whose eyes aren't glued to a screen, you can easily see and count up your levels without the app. The workings of the app were a little odd in displaying the exact level a player was. The dice feature is neat, but just extra noise if you already have a die in real life. It was also a bother keeping the screen lit up during gameplay and adjusting player levels on the app when we could just add or subtract 2 in our heads. I wouldn't recommend really any Munchkin apps whatsoever. I appreciate the try to supply an app for a potential Munchkin market, but it's just silly.