The much-anticipated third episode of the 1112 phenomenon is finally available on the App Store!
4.5/5 - gamezebo.com - "Louis returns to Jalonsville for the best game in the series yet."
9/10 - capsulecomputers.com.au - "1112 is an incredibly impressive game. The production values are higher than a lot of iOS games, and it manages to create an atmosphere which is not something I’ve experienced on iOS. This is a definite must have, it will keep you on the edge your seat and desperate for more."
5/5 - iphonity.fr - "Très diversifié, jouabilité originale, aspect visuel et sonore de toute beauté et intrigue immersive, vous ne resterez pas pantois devant un jeu de cette envergure !"
18/20 - belgium-iphone.lesoir.be - "La force du titre réside bien entendu dans sa réalisation sans failles! Le scénario, la jouabilité, la bande sonore et les graphismes ont été améliorés afin d'offrir au joueur une expérience fantastique pour un smartphone."
17/20 - jeuxvideo.com - "l'aventure est tout bonnement réjouissante, et la réalisation de ce troisième épisode vient encore sublimer le tout."
8/10 - funtouch.net - "Le studio Agharta signe avec 1112 une série de jeux d’aventures qui figure parmi les plus réussies de notre plateforme."
8/10 - applicationiphone.com - "1112 Episode 3 est un très bon jeu d’aventure, avec ses nombreuses énigmes à résoudre et des graphismes soignés."
Louis is back in Jalonsville by means of an enigmatic passageway.
The mystery thickens; our hero begins to stagger into madness.
Can you help him regain a foothold in reality?
Episode three of 1112 has much richer content than its predecessors; it will keep you in suspense for many hours!
- A visual experience pushed to new heights
- 39 new backgrounds more real than real life
- 14 new characters
- 14 Achievements to unlock in Game Center
- Many puzzles with specific gameplays
- Ergonomics perfectly adapted to Multi-Touch
- Fluid, dynamic interfaces
- Original and spellbinding music
- A rich and immersive storyline
- Much longer than episodes one and two combined!
Note: it is not necessary to buy the preceding episodes; a summary is given at the beginning of the game.
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Ratings and Reviews
5 starts for the effort put into this game
Like the previous episodes, this one was interesting as well with the amazing characters and animations. But, frankly speaking, I wouldn’t be able to complete this game without the walkthrough available on youtube !. If to be more precise it was 50% 50%, half of the tasks I was able to solve myself. Moreover I should mention that the previous episodes were easier to solve, especially the first episode, which I think I did manage to complete by 80% self contribution. Shortly speaking, the tasks should be more logical and easier to understand, I mean those who purchase this game do not intend to strain their eyes by looking at each pixel of the screen in order to figure out what has changed either in a room or at the street, I mean there are more things to mention, but I guess others who already had a chance to play will understand what I mean. Despite all this, I would have purchased the 4th episode if it was available, as I really like such types of games, especially to read the dialogs with the strangers that a main character encounters on his way during the whole game.
Total waste of time, idiotic and flawed
I appreciate the effort that must have gone into making this game, but for me it was a complete waste of money. My verdict is this: It's annoying! The terminology and slang attempt to sound American (it's supposed to be taking place in New Jersey), but there are too many times when the attempt stumbles and sounds ridiculous, even incomprehensible, certainly foreign. The game is sometimes interesting, other times boring, often inane and insulting, very definitely repetitive and tedious. The characters are in the same way "interesting" in addition to being overripe. I did like Igmar ("Igmar"?), the typical American who loves guns and watches you from across the street through his rifle scope. The town of Jalonsville is full of such typical barbaric Americans, and we know that they are typical because, after all, non-Americans know more about America than Americans do. Just ask them.
There are quite a few visual goofs, too, that might point toward the game's place of origin. To wit: a bus driving on the left side of the street.
Worst was this: After spending far too much time on this game, the darn thing reverted to the start when I tried to go back to it after a break, so I lost hours of progress, and absolutely no way was I going back to the beginning of this mess to suffer through it again.
I will buy no more Agharta Studio Games.
I fell in love with these games.. bought the whole 1112 series on my iPods, ipad and computer. I fear that this story is just never going to be finished. Started out great but seems they never really had a good ending. Reminds me of the tv show Lost. Started out fantastic but they ran out ideas… at least they finished the show and not leave us with a bunch of garbage excuses. I’ve been getting on this company for years to finish but they always say they don’t have the funds. Oddly enough, they have time to make all kinds of other games…. I think they just don’t have the story. Don’t waste your time on this.. it will only dissapoint you.
- Agharta Studio
- 216.2 MB
OS X 10.6.6 or later
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- © Agharta Studio
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