The latest update for iOS has passed Apple review and been released for iOS today.
This brings the iOS version up to date with the Android version and includes:
- Metric Measurements Option so you don’t have to work in Feet/Inches/pounds if you don’t want to.
- Explanation why your fighter may not be offered a fight.
- Fights changed to No Contest only when the winner fails a drug test
- Players can now skip tutorial on subsequent playthroughs
- Fighter goals with a zero desired losses can now be achieved.
- As well as quite a few other small fixes and changes.
As we mentioned in our last blog post this will be the last week that MMA Manager is available at the introductory price of $1.99 USD/$2.49 CAN/£1.99 so we suggest you grab it now if you haven’t already.
Next update wise, we’re working away on 1.2 which will have even more improvements and changes and hope to submit to Apple and release on Google Play later this week.
It’s your last chance to get MMA Manager, on iOS, at its introductory price, on the 1st of October the price will be going up.
Why’s this the first you’re hearing of this? Honestly, we weren’t sure if we needed to do it, would we sell enough at the lower price to not need to raise it?
We’re grateful to everyone who has bought a copy, and for the good reviews on both the App Store & the Google Play store. We want to continue to update MMA Manager (version 1.1.5 is out on Android & waiting for review on iOS, and 1.2 is in development), we’ve got our own ideas and we’ve been receiving lots of good feedback too. But to do this we need to bring in enough money to make it viable so we’re going to raise the price slightly and remove the flat price structure so we’re not losing so much to exchange rates. This isn’t an easy decision, but it’s one we’ve had to take.
As for the Android version it will also have a month at the lower price, so it’s price increase will happen on the 17th.
MMA Manager been awarded 7/10, the Bronze Award, from Pocket Gamer.
But in reality MMA Manager is designed for fans who are looking for an addictive strategy game to play out their perfect gym.
In this regard MMA Manager is a success. If you spend your days flexing your fists and practising your fighting footwork, this is the perfect game to liven up the bus stop.
An MMA simulator as beautiful as the bloody and bruised fighters it celebrates, MMA Manager is nevertheless fun and well-constructed
Read the full review at Pocket Gamer: http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/iPhone/MMA+Manager/review.asp?c=67545