If you're getting on in age you'll probably remember all those conversational adventure games of your youth. You advanced in the game by writing text, saying the right things and asking the correct questions. Nine Princes in Ambar, based on the book by Zelazny, is a clear example of the latter. But that was back in the 80s' and now, 30 years later, we come across games inspired by that same idea.
Become a guide to save Adams' life
V. Adams is an adventurer that is lost in the most remote place on Earth. You're the only communication channel for a persona that has lost his memory and that depends on you to survive. In this Lifeline: Whiteout you have to keep taking to him to help him recover his identity, which is the first step towards survival.
The life of this explorer depends on your decisions.
One of the most attractive aspects of the game is that there's no predefined ending or evolution; it can change throughout the game depending on the decisions you make.
- Play with real-time notifications.
- Receive a daily report about Adam's activity.
- Different outcomes depending on the decisions you make.
- Multiple endings.
This title will introduce us to a frenetic and immersive story that will prove that the perfect atmosphere and plot can lead us to live exciting adventures on an iPhone or Android.