An evocative escape into another world where two-dimensional beings and the Universe collide. Built by an indie dev, with love.
A noble circle's journey through Flatland, a two dimensional world (try out A Noble Circle - Prologue, it's free).
Inspired by the novella "Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions," Edwin Abbott Abbott, 1884.
- No ads.
- No micro transactions.
- No crippled gameplay.
- No data requirements (playable without wifi).
- No elevated device permissions.
- Built with love by indie game developers.
Support for all the fancy new devices.
Ratings and Reviews
I have waited to write a review until now. I started way back with A Dark Room. Finding the world mysterious, frustrating, yet oddly satisfying and enlightening, I looked up who made that spectacular game, discovering Amirali Rajan and his games. The ensign came next. Getting through that game was significantly more difficult and took way more time and dedication to get through. The ideas surrounding those two games are extremely unique and satisfying, the best experience and thing to come out of owning a smart phone to date. That was 4 or 5 years ago, I’m not sure. When A Noble Circle came out, I was intrigued. Completely different style, extremely difficult. I went through and beat it though, loving the story and waiting for each update. This must have been a year or two ago. Tonight, I checked back and saw a new update, with a new ending. The message is awe-inspiring, deep, life changing, motivational, introspective, and truly touching. Amirali Rajan deserves the world for what he has communicated through his games and the obvious love, passion, and effort that has been conveyed. I discovered Hope many months before, and I have grown up with it thanks to this man, finally relayed my experience. Amir, if you read this, let me know how I can help continue your passion and support you through a monetary donation because you deserve more than any money-sucking impersonal game that Supercell or any other company produces. This work is truly incredible.
Amirali Rajan back at it again. He is easily my favorite app developer by a long shot, and anytime a new game comes out, I gladly fork out the $3 for it. A Noble Circle is one of those games that is so good you can’t describe just how good it is. The narrative is delivered masterfully, the themes clear and focused, and it makes you think about things you never would have thought about before (the whole planc explaination was my favorite part). Near the end of the game I actually started questioning my values, and how I should shape my future. No game has ever done that to me. Please, spend the $9 dollars and by all of Amirali’s games. They give you an experience Clash of Clans never will.
I feel unworthy to give this work of art a review. The creations of Amir give me pause.. this one particularly brought me to tears. The beginnings of these “games” are always fraught with questions and strange curiosities and thoughts. Its not until about halfway through you realize that you are violently invested both mentally and emotionally trying to make sense of these unfathomably deep yet simple worlds. By the end, the curtain rises, you are greeted by the creator and you feel a cool and unnerving sense of accomplishment and wonder. I really have nothing left to say. This is a thing of art, and it is good. Thank you.
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- Amirali Rajan
- 60.9 MB
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.3 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2015 Amirali Rajan
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.