The Chronicles of Inotia: A Wanderer of Luone Released + Promo Code Giveaway!

Update: Our review of Inotia: A Wanderer of Luone can be found here

Over the weekend, The Chronicles of Inotia: A Wanderer of Luone bust into the App Store to confirm its spot among the best RPGs in the App Store. TouchMyApps’ review is forthcoming and we have one of our best men on the job, but suffice it to say that among the oft’ short-lived, simple anime RPGs, Luone sheds some serious skin. One of its best features is incredibly long play time which busts through dozens of hours of story play and many more on side quests. But when you’ve sussed the entire thing, Online Match-up mode is sure to pique your interest. Thank you Com2uS for continuing to innovate!

Com2uS, The Chronicles of Inotia: A Wanderer of Luone, 7.99$, 55.1 MB
Inotia: A Wanderer of Luone

Keep an eye out for it among the hallowed in our featured article: The App Store’s Best RPG.

Want to win a copy of Inotia:Wanderer of Luone ? Details after the break!


Update: Thanks to all who entered the giveaway and submitted some awesome “Why TMA is the best iPhone site” tweets. There were loads of great ones to choose from, some even giving us a good chuckle or two. Without further ado, the winner is…


@TouchMyApps is the best iPhone site! Those guys are always touchin me and tellin me how great my apps are! (That’s my iPhone talking :3)

A few of the highlights include:


@touchmyapps is the greatest thing since sliced bread! I think I might print their reviews out and butter my toast with them! I love TMA!!!!


@TouchMyApps is the best review site IMO. And that’s coming from a person with their own review site!


@TouchMyApps With your blog logo, no man on Earth is gonna resist to go on! That is why this blog is awesome! ;D

Congrats once again @Vicenteragal and thanks to all for your tweets!

Promo Code Giveaway:
To enter, make sure you’re following us on Twitter. Next, all you need to do is tweet why you think TouchMyApps is the best darn iPhone site on the net. And even if you clearly think we’re not (how dare you!), lie through your teeth! You must include @touchmyapps in your tweet so we can find you.

Sample Tweet: @TouchMyApps is the best in (iphone) show! Awesome reviews and my entire family (including 100yr old great granny) read your stuff everyday!

We’ll be selecting the best/funniest/most outrageous tweet tomorrow (Dec 8th) and sending the promo code of Inotia 2 via DM. Good Luck!



Press information
After a year of success from The Chronicles of Inotia: Legened of Feanor, Com2uS has released a sequel to the successful role-playing game. With an onslaught of new features, quests, and first time ever RPG online Match up mode, Inotia: A Wanderer of Luone is expected to revolutionize role-playing games on the iPhone.

Inotia: A Wanderer of Luone is jam packed with over 200 single player quests and five unique classes to choose from. Players are given an option to play as one of the following classes: Knight, Magician, Priest, Thief, and Templar which offers a different experience for each player. Completing the main story line provides an average play time of 48 hours but with extra side quests and dungeons, play time can reach well over 100 hours in single player mode.

However, don’t think that you are restricted to play only one character throughout your adventure in the land of Inotia. With the new party system, players are allowed to add up to 2 mercenaries to your party system. Each party member can be controlled by the user at any time or left to their own devices with a customizable AI attack type.

Com2uS has also upgraded their graphics with 12 skills for each class and spectacular graphical effects for each skill. A new look system has also been integrated where each equipped armor or weapon changes the look and feel of your character. And the amount of equipment you can obtain is virtually endless with enchantment scrolls.

To appease gamers of all genres, Com2uS has also added two different types of controls. Touch Screen controls works the same way as A Wanderer of Luone’s predecessor where you can touch on the screen to attack monsters, pick up items, and talk to NPCs. Virtual Pad offers a more familiar approach with a directional pad and action buttons. Offering both types of controls allows this game to succeed where so many iPhone RPG games have failed.

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