With the recent release of the eagerly anticipatedÂ 1112 episode 03,Â 1112 ep 01Â has dropped to free and its sequelÂ 1112 episode 02Â (TMA Review) is now available for a measly dollar. For those not familiar, the 1112 series is one of best known point and click adventure games on the iDevice and episode 2 even headlines the first person point and click category in our App Store’s Best AdventureÂ roundup. If you missed these gems previously, now’s a great time to delve into the mystery of the Johnny Depp look-a-like, Louis Everett.
Just in time for the international iPad launch Agharta Studio has released the iPad version of their amazing 1112 episode 02 adventure. This dark and atmospheric adventure game holds a well deserved top spot in our AppStoreâ€™s Best Adventure Games and gets even better on the big screen. Agharta Studio have also optimised the interface to match all the extra pixies.
Adventure game lovers, you owe it to yourself to get this badboy.
Agharta Studio, 1112 episode 02 HD – $7.99
Agharta Studio has just informed us that their recent hit 1112 episode 02 [TMA Review], a title that is leading the way in the first-person category in ourÂ adventure games list, has just gone through an overhaul specifically for the iPad. It has already been submitted to Apple for review under the title of 1112 episode 02 HD, andÂ just in time for the worldwide iPad launch. Soon all lucky bastards owners of an iPad will be able to experience this stylish adventure in all its glory on the big screen for a mere $7.99.
A few more screens after the gap.
In my interview with the creators of Rogue Planet (TMA Review), Agharta Studio hinted at the sequel to their highly acclaimed adventure game – 1112 episode 01 â€“ the first adventure game originally and exclusively designed for the iDevice and itâ€™s unique capabilities. Following our sneak peak at the beta version a couple of weeks ago,Â 1112 episode 02 has now been released, so itâ€™s time to give it a thorough run-down and sum up what weâ€™ve got. Can the sequel to an excellent adventure that received an honorable mention in our The App Storeâ€™s Best Adventure hold its ground against the fierce competition of the App Store?
TouchMyApps is giving away 3 copies of the newly released 1112 episodeÂ 02 [TMA’s preview]Â AND a $15 Â iTunes Gift Card. This awesome sequel has already generated a considerable amount of buzz among its fans and the 1112 series is widely considered as one of best in the genre on the App Store. If you love adventure games, a good mystery and great hand-drawn visuals, you’re going to have a blast with episode 02.
Want to win 1 of 3 copies and a chance at the $15 gift card? Be sure to check out the complete contest details after the break!
The highly anticipated sequel to 1112 episode 01 (the first adventure game to be exclusively designed for the iDevice) is now finally available on the App Store. Episode 02 takes place right after the events of ep. 01, but even if you’ve yet to enjoy the first, the sequel will bring right you up to speed via carefully crafted intro sequences. ChiffaN had an exclusive hands-on preview of the game and found it to be an adventure “masterpiece”, so good that it’ll easily top 1st Person Adventure category on our App Storeâ€™s Best Adventures list.
Fans of 1112 and adventure games in general will definitely want to check out episode 02. Even causal gamers will likely enjoy uncovering the mysterious circumstances behind Louis’ (protagonist) storyline. Be sure to visit 1112’s official support forums right here at TouchMyApps should you require some help advancing through the game.
Update: 1112 episode 02 is now live on the App Store! [iTunes Link]
Agharta studio has just posted a viral teaser video along with a trailer, showing all of the features of their upcomingÂ 1112 Episode 02 adventure game [TMA’s exclusive hands-on preview]. The teaser apparently shows what happened to a friend of the thief who tried to steal the developer’s iPhone with a beta build of the game. Crime just doesn’t pay.
And to see what all the fuss is about – be sure to check out our full in-depth preview of 1112 Episode 02 or simply take a peek at the gameplay trailer after the break. Remember – it has already been submitted and should out and about on the App Store sometime this week.
A little over a year ago, while the App Store was void of even a single decent quality adventure game, a small independent developer called Agharta Studio released 1112 episode 01â€“ the first adventure game to be exclusively developed from the ground up for the iPhone. The project came to fruition through the hard work of a small team led by Alexandre Leboucher and got high praise from critics all across the board (including an honorable mention in our The App Storeâ€™s Best Adventure). It was stylish, beautifully drawn and had an original storyline and puzzles to back it all up.
Despite the original promise of a sequel in about 4 monthâ€™s time, the team decided to take a little detour to make the excellent Rogue Planet,Â which messed up the schedule somewhat. Fastforward to April 20, 2010 â€“ Alexandre has just informed me that the long awaited sequel has finally been submitted to Apple and graciously allowed me to take a full hands-on go with 1112 Episode 02. And hereâ€™s how it looks.
Update: Check out our Exclusive hands-on preview of 1112 Ep. 2!!
1112 Episode 01 was the App Store’s first adventure game, one exclusively designed and developed for the iPhone a year ago by Agharta Studio. It was highly acclaimed by the critics and earned a well deserved spot in our App Store’s Best Adventure Games. Unfortunately since then the developers took a little detour and released the excellent turn-based strategy – Rogue Planet, which delayed the intended release of 1112 Episode 02.
The good news though is that the game is almost finished and in the final stages of beta-testing. But it seems some people just don’t have the patience!Â A fan of the original game, through some covert means of her own, found the home address of the lead developer Alexandre Leboucher (whom we incidentally interviewed several months ago) and stole his personal iPhone to check out the game. And what’s more – she even videotaped all of it. Video after the gap!