Anomia, a card-game where players try to predict the cards in a series of golf tournaments, has gone on sale for the first time in a year.
The game is part of the U.S. market-research firm IHS.
It was first released last year, but the publisher has announced it will be available for download on April 8, with the price starting at $9.99.
Anomia’s creator, Jason Stoddard, said the game is intended for adults only, and is based on the real-life events of the 2014 Anomias, a string of deadly golf accidents that killed more than 130 people.
“We wanted to make something that was fun and accessible for everyone, and that meant having the ability to go through the game, and then get feedback on it,” he told VICE News.
AnoMia, based in Toronto, was originally a game that was designed for children and adults in the U-K and the U, but has since gone international.
Its publisher, IHS, is a subsidiary of the German-based market research firm GfK.
The publisher’s announcement comes on the heels of a number of recent card games featuring the Anomiah story, including the forthcoming U.K. game Anomium, as well as an American release from the developer Aptoide Games.
In an interview with The Atlantic earlier this month, ICS chief executive David McWilliams said the company would be releasing more games based on Anomiae’s stories, which include an online sequel.
Anomiac, the sequel to Anomica, is due out later this year.
Anomic, the game that inspired the game Anomic, is the sequel and a sequel-themed sequel to U.A.M.E.