Plays best with headphones.
Young radio reporter Patricia has just started her first job at a radio station. But immediately strange things begin to happen. Where is Richard, her friend and colleague who got her the job? He's been missing for three days. And who is tampering with Patricia's recordings?
Solve mysteries and puzzles, explore environments and talk to characters. A short adventure game in classic point-and-click style with a small twist:
The game can be played by using sound only!
This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This is a wonderful game to play with a lot of great story arc and development in a short period of time. Also, I like finding some of the cool little Easter eggs like what Stephanie is talking about in the newsroom when they are live on air and think that things like that could be expanded on to further development and maybe even some character backstory. I just wish a little more character development could be done, especially with what stories Richard was doing in terms of flattering the audience. I understand that money was paid to keep him quiet on those stories, and I wonder what the real stories were behind the ones that he reported on. Also, I feel like a prequel or a sequel could be done to this game since some of the characters may not stay quiet for long as at least one character states during the game. Overall, good work, and keep it up.
More games please
I just played this game all the way through twice. I really like how it takes you through a different path based on the choices you make throughout the game. I seriously cannot wait for more games that I hope you guys will produce in the future. Maybe something like a fire fighting game or maybe even police work. Maybe even something medical. Or you could even somehow tap in to The job I would love to have so much, dispatching. The possibilities are endless. I love these problem-solving audio based games. Most of the other games I have played require you to double tap when exploring a map or surroundings. That gets very annoying. You guys have it going on. I seriously hope you will take my recommendations into consideration.
Best audio game I’ve ever played!
This game was an incredible experience. It had very immersive sound design and great interactions. I would gladly rate this game 5 stars and pay for another. I’d highly recommend a game like this for anyone, not just blind/visually impaired people. Some things I loved about this game were,
1. No micro transactions!!! They could have easily made me buy each chapter individually for like $0.99 a pop, but they didn’t! This game is completely free with no ads or annoying pop ups telling you to come give a good rating.
2. No double tapping. In so many audio games I feel like I’m constantly double tapping on items or dialogue options, but in this game I didn’t have to double tap once.
3. It’s a very unique and fleshed out story. I think this is the best story of an audio game ever.
4. It is like a point and click. My favorite type of game I like to watch people play are point and clicks. And now I finally got to play one for myself.
If your still not convinced just go pick the game up and play the first chapter. I guaranty you’ll become invested in the story and game play. I’d love to see these devs come back and make another game.
- Hogskolan i Skovde
- 332.4 MB
Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © University of Skövde
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.