Imagine a world that you could explore infinitely, continually finding an endless amount of entirely new content and adventures.
What if you could also choose any action you can think of instead of being limited by the imagination of the developers who created the game?
This is AI Dungeon.
Any action you take, anything you choose to say, anywhere you choose to go, in any time period you want to play - there's an infinite number of adventures waiting.
AI Dungeon is the first limitless text adventure game of its kind built with extremely advanced artificial intelligence using a massive deep neural network at its core.
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A Few Small Faulty Wires
The game can be very creative, but only if you work with the given genres. Genres like romance and general horror or thiller, or genres containing existential issues need a lot of clarity. And although the /remember tool is useful you need to use it a lot initially to keep the rules of the game consistent. But even then the game may forget it completely or force the rules onto the game so hard that personalities and events are unable to be changed. It isn’t like you can use /remember like a switch. Sometime the A.I. will completely not use key elements you used in the plot initiation. Another annoyance is that the game will interpret the proper grammar usage of “me, mine, my, etc.” as a new character which makes it feel like your talking to the game engine, completely disrupting any immersion. Despite this, the A.I. can be fairly creative if your vocabulary is expansive. And the potential and sheer amount of unique responses from the engine outcompetes any other app or game in this market. And third person pronoun usage is almost always correctly connected to the antecedents. Fixing the game to make it understand both complex and casual grammar and sentence structure is my general request/tip, but so far the only issues I’ve found have been very minor, though they produce a complex web of issues to the players. Honestly, the best thing about this app is that it’s free without any advertisements.
hey nice game
i like it alot but when ever i go into custom i feel like its always trying to force me into an adventure when all i want to do is make my character live a slow life (i.e live in a farm, sell crops, travel ) but it always tries to put me in some grand adventure. I feel like the way its trying to get me into it is like a door to door sales man. Also whenever i get a farm or put my character in a slow life situation the script always tries to end the story (i.e “you live a peaceful life selling crops and lives happily ever after) I would also like a panel that has a list of names of party members,family,and others so i don’t have to look back and try to find them out. But all in all lots of potential great game 9/10 would rp again.
new prob: hi again idk if you’ll see this but i think the game is great but the AI tries to make its own story sometimes like for example i recently wrote out a pretty lengthy custom story that i was pretty proud of but the AI at the end of it auto completed it like umm... so i wrote the story like your chara goes back in time to japans sengoku period and the AI thinks the samurai is a person and that japan is a dude... plz give a command to kinda like manually fix or forces the AI to remember. Basically i want to write a bullet point list that the AI will go to for references to the story i want to tell. ok thats my input great game btw.
AI is frustrating sometimes
I’ve tried to play through the mystery story lines a few times and each time has been a struggle to start. I’ll write something for the game and something I didn’t write at all will happen. The AI is very hand-holdy and will often take your sentence and control your character into doing something you weren’t planning to do at all. Another problem is it often derails.
When I call out for help and go out into a hospital hall but then get a response of help in the room I was just in, then backtrack into the room with all of a sudden the game pointing me to a notebook that I attempt to read that states “this is my story...” but then try and press forward and it’s empty.... it’s frustrating to say the least. I feel like all my attempts get me no where and it’s hard to progress. I keep trying and I get farther every time, but the AI always seems to get stuck at a response and then either repeat itself or just think of a response infinitely.
Don’t get me wrong though, I like the game! It has great potential and I love the worlds it builds and sets me up in. I just feel it needs work to be able to not control your character as much and not jump around violently when you are trying to immerse yourself.
- Nicholas Walton
- 18.1 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Frequent/Intense Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- Frequent/Intense Profanity or Crude Humor
- © AI Dungeon 2019
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.