It’s Coladia’s newsweek on TMA! Shortly after the release of Destination: Treasure Island for the iPad, the devs rolled out a massive update for their first entry to the adventure scene on the App Store – Secret of the Lost Cavern. This great adventure game, redesigned for the iPhone, was originally released in 4 episodes, and later re-released as a single title (with an HD version to boot). Since then the individual episodes have been taken off the shelves, which annoyed some players who weren’t able to pick up the whole collection. Well, guess what…it’s your lucky day folks!
Just a few weeks after my report of the final release of Egypt The Prophecy – Part 1, Anuman Interactive has now put up the rest of the game for the iPhone/iPod Touch. Finishing up with Egypt The Prophecy – Part 3 this epic adventure piles up to be the most expensive one on the App Store, with each installment weighing in at a hefty $3.99. But if you are willing to dole out the cash, you’ll be rewarded with an excellent and intriguing journey through ancient Egypt. Look out for a full-scale review by my esteemed colleague shigzeo soon and be sure to check out my preview with hands-on video in the meanwhile as well.
TouchMyApps is giving away 10 copies of Colodia’s iPhone and iPod Touch adventure game Secret of the Lost Cavern ($4.99). Previously released in episodes (4 in all), the developers have now offered the full version in a single game. Chiffan reviewed Episode 1 and found it enjoyable, giving it a solid Grab it rating. And for those of you new to the storyline, here’s the basic premise:
Strange symbols found while hunting remind Arok of an encounter with a charismatic traveler a long time ago. In order for him to find his long-forgotten friend, the most brilliant painter of Prehistoric times, Arok begins a long and perilous journey.
Play as Arok and enter a fascinating and bewitching Stone Age adventure. Learn about Prehistoric life, follow the path of your mentor and work with him to recreate the paintings of the renowned Lascaux Cave. Venture through a wild time and decipher the symbols left by our ancestors. Hunt, fish, cut stones, paint animated frescoes and take part in mysterious shamanist ceremonies to win your place among the Lascaux Cave artist tribe.
So are you an adventure games fanatic or simply enjoy solving a good mystery? If so, be sure to see how you can enter this giveaway after the gap!
Coladia has got its act together and released the full version of their Secret of the Lost Cavern adventure game, previously available only in episodes. Now you can follow the adventures of Arok from start to finish without the hassle of downloading and managing individual episodes. And if you’re still in doubt – check out our review of Secret of the Lost Cavern Episode 1 or simply download the first episode for FREE.
P.S. On an interesting side note, the developer have said that they’re currently raking in more cash from the full title than from the individual episodes. Chances are, they won’t be releasing any more episodic titles in the future, opting to wait for the full complete version instead.
iTête à iTête – Interview with Frédéric Aloé from Coladia – We need to do a more casual game on the iPhone
Quite a few high-profile titles have been brought to the iPhone in the last several months. And one such release came almost out of the blue from a company, previously only a player on Mac OS market. I’m talking, of course, about Secret of the Lost Cavern from Coladia – an adaptation of the excellent ECHO: Secrets of the Lost Cavern PC adventure by Kheops Studio. It got a Grab-it rating from me and earned a well deserved spot in our The App Store’s Best Adventure Games. And joining me today is Frédéric Aloé – the founder and CEO of Coladia to talk about the iPhone, iPad and their plans for bringing new and exciting games to the iDevice platform.
One of the App Store’s best Adventure game series, Secret of the Lost Cavern, has just been concluded with its fourth and final episode. To celebrate this momentous occasion, Coladia have dropped the first episode to FREE. You can read my review of Secret of the Lost Cavern Episode 1 here or grab it for FREE and try it out for yourself.
Secret of the Lost Cavern Episode 4, The Fate of Arok, continues the pre-historic adventures of Arok in an episodic adventure game which mashes together good story-telling and mechanics.
Coladia, Secret of the Lost Cavern Episode 1 – FREE
Piccies and more after the gap.
New Adventures: Dracula: The Path Of The Dragon bites into the AppStore, Secret of the Lost Cavern Part 3 lights the way
Oh, happy day! Two first-class adventures just found their to the AppStore. One of them is part 1 of Dracula: The Path Of The Dragon announced late last year by Tetraedge Games and Chillingo. The other is part 3 of 4 of the Secret of the Lost Cavern saga following the release of part 2 just last week. This is indeed a grand day for all fans of quality adventure games on the iPhone.
Coladia, Secret of the Lost Cavern Episode 1 – $0.99
Piccies and more after the gap:
Secret of the Lost Cavern Episode 1 in Review – Sabretooth tigers, cave drawing that move and handprints that glow!
It seems the iDevice has successfully proved as being a more than viable platform for adventure games. Though there were virtually none at the App Store not more than half a year ago, more and more really solid titles are beginning to make their way to the “Jesus” phone! Following the footsteps of Tetraedge Studios, Coladia, a relatively new studio, have undertaken the porting of quite recent PC adventure games to the iPhone. And today we’ll be reviewing their first project, the episodic adventure Secret of the Lost Cavern.