- Added support for new devices
Ratings and Reviews
Great game but not really worth it
Ignore what Stevo3895 (or something similar) says. This game doesn't take a month to complete. I don't have an idea what that person is saying... he/she is continuing to find more parts of the story for a month? At most you would need a week, but of course you can just "cheat" and change the time on your phone. I mean, I liked it (finished playing) and the story behind it was interesting. Very interesting idea, like Device 6. Thing is, I bought this (and Device 6) for 99¢ since it's on sale... so to me, it's a good deal. But I don't think I would spend any more to buy this game (or Device 6). I'm not being ignorant here- I was surprised that I finished it already (besides the temporal parts of the story) so I went online and looked at the walk-throughs. The results? You definitely don't need a month for this.
A good game overall but I'm not sure if you want to buy this if you don't have a lot of money to spend. Especially if this game isn't 99¢ anymore.
(I'm gonna talk about Device 6 now) Personally, I feel like Device 6 was a better use of my 99¢ than this game but both are great. Haha... I bought Device 6 and finished it. The game restarts everything but you can't really play it again so I'm just letting my friends and family play it. I don't want to just get rid of it, so I'm planning to squeeze every worth of the 99¢ I spent on Device 6. (Sorry, sorta went on a tangent here but it's not like the two games are completely unrelated).
Difficult to follow story
What I could get of the story, was interesting and made me want to learn what exactly happened with the fire and the characters, however I never was able to learn that - even though I tried everything I could think of to finish the story, including the frustrating experience of having to wait for certain days of the week to get parts of it. On the positive side, I liked the art work and enjoyed the songs. I enjoyed the creativity that went into this game/story, but, in the end, came away feeling frustrated.
Great Story in a Unique Little Package
This "game" is not so much of a game as it is an interactive experience with the story of a man, a woman, and a young girl who all seem to be part of a pseudo-family unit and something terrible happens and sets them all on different paths after a tragic separation. This story requires you to come back on different days of the week for different pieces of the story and even check back in at different times of the day when new pieces of the puzzle will become evident. For those of you morons that bought this app 13 hours ago and having given a 2-star rating: you're quite dense and clearly haven't experienced all that this story has to offer. I have had this app for a month and I am still receiving chunks of the story and working on getting all the pieces of the puzzle in place. If you've gone through the "entire" app in less than a day, you have only just begun to experience what the Sailor's Dream is, and you need to take more time to evaluate what remains.
- Simogo AB
- 910.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.