The Uncertain — is an episodic story-driven adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic world.
* 3 hours of gameplay
* Beautiful graphics
* Immersive atmosphere
* Accelerometer Support
* Game Center Achievements
Imagine making moral choices in a world devoid of morality. Logic rules this world, and every decision is just a set of zeros and ones. Most concepts take a whole new meaning, and some get completely abolished. Luckily reasonable beings, even if not human, always have a choice.
In the first episode you see it from the perspective of an engineering robot RT-217NP, who seems to be very curious about the human race, long extinct in wasting wars. Experience the mysterious vibe of each of carefully explored locations. Test your skills, solving diverse puzzles. Make fateful decisions and discuss intriguing matters to find out the whole truth being kept from you.
-iPad field of view bug fixed
-Added Russian voiceover
-Hotspot bugs fixed
-Minor bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Wonderful...until the accessibility issues
I loved every minute of this game— it is clever and interesting and has a great story, with puzzles that are not very hard to solve but still take some thinking. But then I got up to the room with the security turrets at the lab and what was a puzzle/story/adventure game suddenly requires reflexes that I, someone with a joint disorder, just don’t have. I tried— for hours— to get past that scene, and I watched play throughs, and tried to do what those players did, and I simply physically can’t. Usually when I encounter a game that’s going to need fast, calculated motion, I know it in the first few minutes and can nope out. This reminds me a lot of Life Is Strange in that it’s a game that I was able to play almost to the end and am now stuck because it is asking me to do something that is a physically impossible for me. If you’re going to create a game where one scene has a radically different gameplay style than the rest, PLEASE either warn up front or have a way for players like me who can’t play in that way to skip the outlier scene. It’s so frustrating to get so invested in a game and then have to just stop without getting to know how it ends because the developers didn’t think about disability access.
Yes, an excellent adventure. Highly recommend!
While I too spun around awhile coming out of the apartment building I was able to get around the glitches and finish the game. This appears to be a new game. The story was entertaining and I definitely think that minor glitches in no way should depreciate the fact that this is a five star game. You can fix glitches but the story/game itself is top notch. To the devs, I use IPad Pro 1st gen. I was stuck a few times in the air ventilation room too. I was able to either shut down to get out or just happen to hit it right. It almost seemed that the exit was off screen. Had there been a place that allowed me to save it, Along with your auto save feature, then I wouldn’t have lost minor progress. During the airborne sequence it seemed that I had no control at all, I kept smashing into things. Maybe I was supposed to but even when there appeared something at the bottom of the screen I didn’t get it. Perhaps it was just me. The gyroscope is definitely touchy. I learned to slow down to keep it from looping. I wish there was a way to be updated in the game with new chapters (like an update appears that gives you the opportunity to purchase new episodes) as I look forward to purchasing the next one. I only comment on glitches for your information, habit from beta testing. Thanks for hours and hours of good/fun entertainment.
Crashes at end of chapters
I like this game a lot. However, I am playing on an iPad Air (first gen), and the game crashes at the end of nearly every chapter, forcing me to replay it. The second time through it seems to save progress normally. The crash always seems to happen after the shield symbol “stutters” the second time.
Gameplay is great. I love the interface, and moving around is intuitive. I enjoy having to choose the answer at certain moments.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.