Very clever. Good social game. Fun! More please!
This is a controller for the Eon Alter game, so you can't actually play the game with this. However, the controller app is a really detailed app that moves all the controls from the computer the game is played on to your phone, so every player can see their own stats, gear, and abilities. My only problem with the game is there are no game controls on the app, so pausing the game to save and exit or to alter (heh) game settings like graphics or volume. The responsiveness to moving your character could use a little work too as there's a small delay between moving the cursor and the one in the game moving.
Well, the idea for a game on PC being played on your mobile is great. Still the controls are a bit tricky from time to time. So you sometimes don't know how things work. Sometimes one forgets whobis doing what (e.g. you have to click again in order to do something etc.). And its sometimes difficult looking at your phone and on the screen. Still, beside that, the game is fun and a great couch coop rpg experience. I want more! 😀
Idea of a game on PC using a companion app is cool. But.. I dislike it. Game on PC has the graphics of an old trash mobile game. The controls? Well you are controlling with the app.. So mobile trash controls with poor responsitivity. PC always been superior to mobile for controls and graphics. Why trying to port a mobile game on PC? With all the weakness of a mobile game and no strengths of the PC? So yes, the app itself worked as intended but is the combo mobile-PC good? In my opinion, it's not. Mixing mobile app + PC could be great if a dev find the great idea to mix them together. Eon Altar is not this game yet.
While I love this game, it seems to have one major flaw. The app should be able to hold your character from campaign to campaign. This way a couple people could grind up to a higher level separately before playing together.
Enables Android Immersive Mode on Android 4.4 or greater to hide navigation softkeys. For folks who had issues around the touchscreen not being accurate with the navigation softkeys always available.
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