On Stream:https://store.steampowered.com/app/718560/Scythe_Digital_Edition/

About This Game

In an alternate reality in 1920s Europa, it’s been several years since the "Great War", but the ashes of the conflict are still hot and the war is entering a new phase. The first conflict saw the emergence of some incredible engines of war known as Mechs. Built by "The Factory", an independent city-state which has since become the object of everyone’s desire, these technological monstrosities roam the snowy landscapes of Europa.

Be the hero of one of the five factions – Saxony Empire, Crimean Khanate, Rusviet Union, Polania Republic or Nordic Kingdom – and become the richest and most powerful nation in all of Europa during these dark times! To assure the victory of your people, you will need to explore and conquer new territories, enlist new recruits and deploy your forces by building formidable and terrifying combat Mechs. Replay history in a fictional past full of mechanical engines and technology, where each choice you make will be critical. Choose your battles with care, because in Scythe, victory is achieved with and for the people!


  • Asymmetry: every player starts the game with different resources (energy, coins, keen combat sense, popularity…), a different starting location and a secret objective. The starting positions are specifically set to contribute to the uniqueness of every faction and the asymmetrical nature of the game.
  • Strategy: Scythe offers players almost complete control over their fate. The only elements of chance apart from each player’s individual secrete objective card are the Encounter cards, which players draw to interact with the citizens of newly explored lands. Combat is also handled by way of choice; no luck or chance is involved.
  • Engine Building: Players can improve their construction abilities to become more efficient, build structures that improve their position on the map, enlist new recruits into their faction, activate mechs to dissuade opponents from invading and expand their borders to reap greater types and quantities of resources. This aspect creates a feeling of energy and progression over the course of the entire game. The order in which players get to develop their economy and technologies adds to the unique feel of every game, even when playing as the same faction several times.


  • Official adaptation of the award-winning board game.
  • 4X strategy game (eXplore, eXpand, eXploit and eXterminate) .
  • Customize the mat to sharpen your strategy.
  • Choose a specialty for unique games: Agriculturalist, Industrialist, Engineer, Patriot or Mechanic.
  • Fight against three levels of AI and/or your friends in hotseat or in online multiplayer.
  • Check out artistic genius Jakub Rozalski’s retro-futuristic illustrations!
    • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
    • Processor: Dual Core 3.0 GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 11 class GPU with 1024MB VRAM
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Posted: June 14, 2018
Early Access Review

Do I recommend this game?… yes and no.

Yes, if you already know how to play the game.

No, if you are new/ intrigued and looking for first impressions.

This review is bias because Scythe is by far my favourite physical board game to date. So I’m giving it a good rating because of that. I already know how to play so therfore I love it.

What this digital version of the game is in desperate need of is a UI overhaul, that’s all.
At the moment the UI just confuses even simple concepts. This will be a nightmare for new players.

I’ve played this game a bit more now and the user interface is slightly better (combat cards look more like they do in the physical game). I still think it needs an overhaul, I wish they just used the boards like in the physical game, or at least give the option.

I’m really looking forward to the addition of expansions as they are all great…just hope they come soon (mainly the rise of fenris because it’s a brilliant expansion and it will basically give the digital version a campaign mode).

Also im sure everyone is aware by now but this game DOES include online multiplayer. two types. play & stay and play & go. this is obviously a great addition to the game.

All in all i would recommend this game now… it’s better than it was and it can surely only get better from here.


Posted: November 23, 2018
A great port of a great game. I haven’t experienced any bugs or crashes.

Two main negatives:
– The AI is pretty bad on any difficulty, as usual
– The UI could see some improvements: Often it requires quite a few clicks to do what you want to do.

But those aren’t major and I’ve had a lot of fun playing it.

Gonzo Monkey

Posted: August 29, 2018
Early Access Review

The Adaptation
It’s in that sweet spot of feeling like a board game with the added convenience of digital. Most adaptations do too little or too much and suck the life out of the game – so massive kudos on design choices and getting over the biggest stumbling block.

The Boardgame
The game itself, once you have a basic understanding, should appeal to a lot of pc strategy gamers. Learning how to exploit the faction traits, player mats & pulling off combos, thereby maximizing your turns is extremely satisfying! Makes you feel like some sort of savant military strategist, slowly tightening the noose on those Rusviet scum, their lifeless bodies lying cold in the desolate tundra… ehm, yes. Very enjoyable.

The Bugs
None that I’ve found so far. It’s early access so maybe you will. Claims that it’s unplayable or riddled with bugs sound like unfortunate timing with a bad patch or straight up hyperbole. The devs are very active and I’m having a great time so non-issue for me on this topic.

The Tutorial
It gives you the basics but a more complete approach is needed for this type of game. This game is not naturally intuitive, but so good once it clicks!
I want every meaningful section of the game spelled out for me and a handheld walkthrough of a few turns, with topics flowing into each other in meaningful way. Have an intro video, have a basic tutorial of what things mean, have an advanced playable tutorial on how different elements interact within the game. Provide all the resources your players need to enjoy the game without extra work.

Overall Recommendation
I’m mainly a solo or 2p boardgamer, I’ve got TTS, Tabletopia, a bunch of boardgames on iPad and PC so these adaptations are of particular interest. A better tutorial, some graphic and UI polish, add a few extra features and this is one of the top boardgame adaptations for me. Price/value is subjective imo but it’s specifically designed to be highly replayable if that helps ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Would especially recommended to boardgamers who were very interested but didn’t invest in the cardboard version because of setup times, player count, inadequate solo option etc., and to pc strategy players who enjoy a little learning, some planning, looking one or two steps ahead, and the pure satisfaction of executing something you intended.

Mr. Bont

Posted: January 21
The Play&Go mode needs a ton of work.
  • There needs to be a pause as well as offline hours.
  • There needs to be an undo of anything in your turn up until you’ve submitted your turn. It is really easy to accidentally miss a step.
  • You need to be able to review what the other players did (it shows up only if you’re in the game when they take a move).
  • You have to be able to invite people to a game when they aren’t online (today you have to coordinate all being online at the same time for what’s an offline multiplayer mode).
  • As far as I can tell, messages you type to your opponents are completely lost if they aren’t in game when you type it.
  • The notification of it being your turn is an email. Since I signed up with a rarely used email, I miss it frequently. There should be an in-steam notification.

The AI and single player are a decent implementation if that’s what you’re looking for or the Play & Stay solve a lot of my concerns with Play & Go.


Posted: February 17
I love the game Scythe. I play it all the time with several board game groups in the region where I live. I’m usually pretty good. However, I absolutely hate this digital edition. It is buggy as a swamp. Like I just played a game where I finally had a great faction and player board combo and a good engine going, then the dang game froze up where the person whose turn it was had no timer countdown. Other players confirmed. We waited like ten minutes and it sat at 24:50 with no change on that player and no response from player. There was no method of doing an error report in game. No method to reach the player and player was not responding to in-game chat. So, three out of five of us who were playing decided to quit, thus loosing ELO points for something out of our control. When we got to the lobby, the player whose turn was locked up said that he didn’t lose any ELO and one player (likely the last left in game) gained 100 ELO. That is BS. This digital edition is worthless. Too frustrating and not fun at all.


Posted: September 13, 2018
I purchased this primarily so I could play Scythe with my husband, but there doesn’t seem to be any way to make a private game for online play. I don’t see any way to invite friends to your online game either, and there is no LAN option. The solo play options seem nice, but the multiplayer is unintuitive and lacking the basic options found under "Play" (offline). You can’t even choose a faction in online play. I’d really like something I can play casually with friends.


Posted: February 9
The application is a faithful rendition of an excellent board game with beautiful graphics and few (if any) bugs. However, the usability the interface has left myself and those I play with frustrated on every occasion that we used the game. I can safely say that no play through went unmarred by problems with movement or understanding the rules. Newer players frequently left their resources behind while moving a mech with no ability to undo the action. This marred their experience and had them refusing to play further. The tutorial built into the game was also clunky and very difficult for one player to help another should they have a question. My hope is that with time (and a few patches) this game will reach its full potential and I can switch my recommendation to yes. The programmers put a lot of attention to detail and so I believe this game will eventually be successful.


Posted: February 3
The Bad:
Sometimes when pressing the undo button, the game will go back whatever amount of turns it pleases, rather than just one.

AI is not very good.

Getting multiplayer to work is almost impossible.

The Good:
Scythe as in the board game in real life is a great game to play with friends on. The digital version is great if you need to test or clarify something the rulebook says. I.E. "Like how the mill works."

The Review:
Developers are updating the game. I’ll recommend when they get more of the bugs sorted out, expansions need to be added, let us set undo to unlimited by default and get multiplayer working correctly.

Meat Popsicle

Posted: June 13, 2018
Early Access Review

So far I am not impressed. They should’ve looked at how the game was implemented on Tabletopia and go from there. The tutorial is horrible for anyone not familiar with the actual boardgame and does not explain the games numerous mechanics very well to the newcomer. If you have never played this game before I highly recommend you familiarize yourself on Tabletopia or watch the Youtube video on the "Watch It Played" channel.
I really wish they would have left the player boards the same instead of dumbing them down because now they are a jumbled mess of iconography. Overall the intial game needs a lot of work. I am aware this is an early access but I hope they get things smoothed out before the big release otherwise they will deter a lot of players.

As it stands right now I want to recommend it but this iteration of the game in the state it is in I can not in good consious recommend it.


Posted: October 7, 2018
Sorry, I LOVE this game, but this digital version is crap. It has been out for months now. And this is like the 7th game I have tried (again I love the game, and want it to succeed, so like an idiot I keep trying), where in the middle of combat, it locks up. I was ONE turn away from winning a two-human, three AI game, when I was attacked by a bot. I can ‘select’ my card, but pressing OK does nothing. No option but to just exit the game. REALLY??? SEVEN times that has happened. It has been out for MONTHS and it STILL FREEZES IN COMBAT???? Waste of money for now. Sadly, i’m a sap, and I will be on again in a few months to try again….