With Earplay, you can play audio stories with your voice, featuring high quality voice acting, music, and sound effects like in a radio drama. Experience this exciting new storytelling medium where you become part of the story, interacting with characters to affect how the events unfold.
The Earplay Demo in the Earplay hub is an introductory demonstration of our unique style of interactive audio storytelling. It is written and hosted by the legendary Dave Grossman, Earplay's creative lead, and one of the most prominent interactive story writers in the games industry. To learn more about Dave and Earplay, visit https://www.earplay.com
PUGMIRE (By Pugsteady and Onyx Path)
Dogs have inherited the world, building the kingdom of Pugmire untold centuries after the Ages of Man are over. Pugmire is a world that juxtaposes the tropes of high fantasy with our relationship with domestic dogs. The main characters are pioneers that explore lost ruins in search of relics, knowledge, and danger. The world is dangerous and mysterious, but good dogs will persevere.
THEY CAME IN OUTER SPACE (By Double RR Studios)
In this comedy that plays off of 50's style sci-fi B-movie and radio drama tropes, Herbie Zoozman Jr., has reinvented the Interactive Cranial Activit-O-Vision ™, where YOU are Zoozman’s Co-Producer in charge of the mythic story of rocket-jockey Commander Brad L. Whiteman and his journey to a planet inhabited entirely by "Panther Women."
HEAD GAMES (Enhanced with Bose AR)
This Sci-Fi thriller is controlled by gestures like nodding, head shaking, ducking, and turning, as well as voice. When you are contacted by mental telepathy while using the Bose device, an NSA agent guides you to communicate with head gestures to prevent an alien invasion. But the aliens want to tell you their side of the story. Who will you trust? Developed in partnership with Bose, this story experience is enhanced by Bose AR, a first-of-its-kind audio augmented reality platform.
Enjoy mission one of the first ever voice-operated interactive audio story, a spy thriller where you play the secret agent. Originally launched in August 2013, six episodes of the story (and a bonus holiday episode) have been released so far. Learn more at http://codenamecygnus.com and https://www.earplay.com
Dial in to office hours of the dubious Professor Fenster, esteemed interactive storytelling professor of Story University. Is his latest story bot research ethical, or is he hiding something? This Earplay story was created for the 2017 Future of Storytelling Festival. To learn more visit https://futureofstorytelling.org/
NOTE TO PARENTS
Not all stories in the Earplay application will be suitable for all ages. Please use your own discretion, as parental review and guidance regarding Earplay content may be necessary. All content that contains material of a restricted nature will be accessible only with a registered Earplay account.
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Update for Bose AR compatibility
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Demo Story & App review
Interesting, and initially strange to be faced with choices that include "kiss the strange young woman who just sat down across the table from you in the restaurant, and is hurriedly demanding you kiss her". I'm sure I'm not the only person for whom kissing a female would not be the first choice of whom to kiss. But I decided, go with it woman! I will assume that the story writers will permit us to select in our own minds, in each game scenario, whether the character we are playing is heterosexual, bi or homosexual,… And male, female or gender neutral? (Or any other options that may exist but I am currently spacing on, LOL?)
Cannot wait to find out whether they will let us select a different ethnic/cultural background within a game story,… or different skill sets say for an agent? Will they eventually expand the interaction to, say, let us ask our "handler" (a.k.a. the voice in our heads) to "remind us who someone is", or "describe the room/building/location" we are in? If these interactive audio games come even halfway to matching my imagination, this should be a blast while I'm getting other real life but boring things accomplished.
This game looks to be lots of fun, however, there are accessibility issues that need to be resolved causing me to give this only a four star review rather than the five star it could have. Outside of that, game content and quality is great, and refreshing to find something different.
Enjoyable, despite some accessibility problems
I thoroughly enjoyed the demos provided with the earplay app, and I'm considering purchasing some of the stories. However, there are some accessibility issues with this version of the app.
In-App PurchasesSee All
- Earplay, Inc.
- 76.3 MB
Requires iOS 11.4 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © 2015 Earplay, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Pugmire $3.99
- They Came In Outer Space $3.99
- Jurassic World Revealed $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.