By Ancol Lin on 0 0
Republique is an adventure game. Camouflaj gathered many senior developers who have produced a lot of well-known games, like The Elder Scrolls, F.E.A.R, Metal Gear Solid and so on, to develop the game. It was launched on iOS platform last week, and won excellent reputation.
The game is inspired by '1984' which is written by George Orwell in the late 1940s. In the game, the heroine is a young woman named Hope. She gives you a phone call at the beginning, and tells you that she is caught in a dark totalitarian state. She asks you to invade and control the government's surveillance system to help her escape from captivity.
Picture & Sound
Unity engine is adopted the game. 3D effects of the game are very delicate and lifelike, Models are elaborate, and character actions are fluent. The whole game gives you a very pleasing visual experience.
In addition, David Hayter (Metal Gear Solid), Jennifer Hale (Masseffect), Dwight Schultz (Star Trek), Khary Payton (Metal Gear Solid 4), Matthew Mercer (Resident Evil 6), etc have joinned hands with each other to bring you an awesome listening experience.
Operation & Gameplay
The operation of the game is very simple. You just control Hope to avoid obstacles by tapping the screen. But She also has her own ideas. She could avoid from the danger by herself. You just seem like a 'bystander' to interfere the process of the game.
In addition, you can use the monitor view to control the game. There are two view modes available, and you can click the blue eye button on the screen to change it. One of them is virtual mode, you can control Hope to move or collect some items through tapping the screen. The other one is fluoroscopy mode which you can switch cameras to check different areas. In this mode, you can also turn on/off the electric gate.
In the game, when the view mode switches, you will find some items with a shadow. Collect them, because they may play a key role in your game. In the monitor view, you can also collect materials to exchange money to unlock more content.
In short, it's an exciting game, with an intriguing story and good acting. And I believe that such an awesome game will urge a lot of players to buy it.
Currently, the game only supports iOS platform, but Ryan Payton expressed that they are very interested in developing a Android version of Republique. Let’s expect.
AppStore Link: Republique, $4.99
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