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 IPHONE NEWS - NEW RELEASE

[Update] Adventure to Fate: Quest for the Future is a retro RPG out now, blind friendly thanks to VoiceOver support

Future perfect

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Product: Adventure to Fate: Quest to the Future | Publisher: TouchMint | Genre: Retro, RPG
For: iPhone   Also on: iPad
 
Update on March 3rd at 9:29: For all of you retro lovers, Adventure to Fate: Quest for the Future is now out on the App Store for £2.29.


If you happen to try the game, don't hesitate to comment on the gameplay or its interesting VoiceOver support in the comments section below.




Adventure to Fate
is a series made for the retro RPG lover. The first two outings, A Quest To The Core and Battle Arena, were great, polished RPGs and they went on to gain a small following of fans.

The third installment, titled Quest for the Future is hitting this Thursday and looks to continue this trend with some tweaks to the formula.

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You'll still explore dungeons, solve light puzzles, collect loot and defeat ennemies.

But in this one, the biggest addition is VoiceOver. This means that everything in the game will be vocally explained and that blind players will be able to fully play it.

Just like Papa Sangre or others, I'm really glad games like this exist on mobile to showcase how inclusive our mobile community is.



And it's still quite a neat use of technology.

Look for it on March 3rd on the App Store.

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Clement Renaudin 3 March 2016
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