A time travel based text adventure. Traverse an unusual building to find your loved one. Each floor is a perilous mystery to unravel. Each time you die the day resets.
A surreal narrative focused roguelite text adventure. In it you play a man stuck in the same day who has to get to the top floor of an unusual building to find his loved one. Each floor is a perilous mystery to unravel. Each time you die the day resets.
The game has two ways of interaction - typing the commands manually and optionally swiping through some of them.
• Time travel mechanics in a text adventure
• A tailor-made soundtrack by @cesque
• A unique art style
• A story
Font used - Courier Prime, copyright © 2013 Quote-Unquote Apps.
Ratings and Reviews
Ladderhead: An oddly amazing game
If you’re not interested in my life story I would skip to Part 2 🤣 Part 1: Discovery For as long as I can remember, finding a good mobile game has always been a struggle, with so many companies following the same pattern of boring RPG’s (no offense just not my thing) and games that require you to pay tons of money just to get ahead, it just felt lazy; On that rare occasion when you’re able to find a decent game, it usually has little popularity because of the overshadowing of the bigger (and not always better) games. That is definitely the case with this game. I came to the point where I was literally searching up “good games on the AppStore” on YouTube; I’m very glad I did this though, because while in the process of rooting through the super expensive sub-par games, I discovered this hidden gem LADDERHEAD. I was very interested in the concept so I pulled out the old piggy bank so to speak… Part 2: Gameplay Of course I was a little skeptical as there’s always the risk of an old game with little to no updates and glitches, but this game quickly proved to be different from the others. The game mechanic of having to perform a certain action before death then using it for advancement in the game is unique and makes this game even better. I love how the puzzles can be adjusted to different levels of difficulty by not using swipes or turning them off completely, it’s your choice! This game is an example which I hope more creators will follow in when making their games. Conclusion: The Stars Now you may be wondering, well if you’re ranting and raving about how good it is, why rate it just 4 stars? As much as I love this game and it’s unique presentation of it’s features, I’m interested in keeping it realistic, every game has something that can be improved about it because no game is perfect, but this one can sure cut it close!!
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- Karolis Dikcius
- 40.7 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © 2019 Karolis Dikcius
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