Eon Altar, Rag Doll Kung-Fu and Moebius for iOS Review
Posted Apr 03 2013 7:57am
1. Eon Altar
Eon Altar is developed by British studio Flying Helmet. The company showed this RPG at PAX East in earlier time. It will be available for three mobile platforms, including iOS, Android and Windows 8. However, the release time is still unknown.
Eon Altar make the complicated process of tabletop games simpler, with the virtual tabletop being a central tablet that all players will interact with throughout the adventure. This cooperative role-playing adventure is about five friends fight through dungeons to uncover ancient secrets and compete for glory and wealth.
One interesting thing about this game is characters will select an enemy to attack, and will have to roll dice to see if they hit or crit. Pretty funny, right?
In this journey, few adventures can survive. It’s a path full of darkness and dangers, so will you step on the trip which may get nothing?
It’s till a game from British developer which is named Another Place. Yeah, weird name, right? Wait, big surprise comes after, which is the hilarious style.
Rag Doll Kung-Fu was released on PC in 2005 and landed on other platforms. The original developer is Lionhead who is famous for Fable. Now Another Place takes over and remakes it for iOS. The main employees of Another Place are from Lionhead, so don’t need to worry about the quality of the remake.
If you haven’t played this game before, well, you may want to know why it is hilarious. The game is themed with dolls and Kung-Fu. There is no any serious Kung-Fu in the game, but all kinds of weird moves. All the joints in doll’s body can move, so you can imagine how exaggerated the actions will be.
The iPad edition will remain the contents of the original game. Of course, it will have more abundant modes, like survive mode and multi-play mode. It’s all about to kill your time. Moreover, you can create characters, and some of them are in-app purchase.
According to the developer, the game will come to App Store between June and July if everything goes right.
Remember the AVG Gabriel Knight developed by Sierra? After all these years, the producer Jane Jensen brings us a new game called Moebius. Gabriel Knight was very famous with the religious subject and thrilling gameplay on PC. Jane Jensen and his new studio Pinkerton Road released a trailer at GDC 2013, which means Moebius will come to iOS very soon.
The protagonist of this game is a historian named Malachi Rector. He is hired by American government secretly to solve a strange murder. This game is under working right now, may come this year.