The iPhone version of the game has been built specifically with the smaller screen in mind and features a UI with context-sensitive buttons. For new players, the first time help system will appear automatically whenever you select a new screen or action.
Built with the latest version of Apple’s Metal API, the game features improved performance and graphics along with reduced battery usage.
Using Metal as well, the iPad version sports a new UI with detailed summaries of a faction, characters, and retinues. You’ll receive a gold, silver, or bronze rank for each battle won.
New color-coded tools to let you know if units are doing well or need help. Specific status boxes will show the health, morale, ammo, and ordered for the unit.
And along with a campaign map that allows players to merge deleted units and draw longer paths, there are new camera options and tilt control to get a better idea of what’s happening on the battlefield.
If you’ve previously purchased the game, you can download the iPhone version for no charge.