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.
- Added /remember command.
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So gets a little confused sometimes
The poor little AI gets really confused sometimes. I tried to kill the king and he died but then I went downstairs to find the chefs and tell them to make me something to eat but the king was in their eating. I just killed him again and he stayed dead that time. It also gets confused over roles. Sometimes it changes your character and sometimes characters appear randomly and are talking about things that didn’t happen. I normally just tell them to heck off and that works most of the time. I use the /revert thing sometimes and for those who don’t know it’s when you type /revert and your previous action is deleted and so is the response that the AI came up with for the reaction. Whenever the AI gets confused I normally use that and try to phrase my sentence a little differently so that it might give me a better result, that works most of the time for me. Still rating 5 stars because I’m having the time of my life with this app. Hope the developers work out a few of the kinks though.
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.
If I ,expected a good story and plot I was disappointed, but it has a charming, adictive apeal. the AI is very good at parsing natural language and responding with detail. The only reason it gets 4 stars and not 5 with me is that it does poorly with dialog with other characters in the story, and its memory is atrocious. it forgets things that happened even two moves ago, then it'll pull out a reference from ten moves If you have too long of a phone conversation with a story character, it might just forget you'd been on the phone. And sometimes it seems rambly, and not always coherent. That said, it's adictive and dreamlike. You can start as a wizard and then suddenly have a robot turn into a fish and swim through a lake. You can be in an apocolyptic setting and randomly choose to cast spells. if you're not strict about genre lines, this game is for in the very start of one of my play-throughs, the ruin in the fantasy setting was surrounded by gunmen. I protected myself from them with a shield spell. it's a bit annoying, but there's something about it that has made me play for the last four hours non-stop.
- Braydon Batungbacal
- 8.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
- Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Frequent/Intense Profanity or Crude Humor
- © AI Dungeon 2019
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.