Good for what you pay for. A nice single player card game that's pretty crafty about how it plays. But you're not working towards anything. There's no unlockables so what you see is what you get. I hear that there's a ton of expansions available for the physical version of this game. We're yet to see how Asmodee handles those, though I suspect they're going to be pricy and plentiful.
Fantastic version of the physical game! Hower, tbis has zero expansions (currently the physical game comes with 7 expansions to keep the game fresh). With absolutely no expansions for the app version tjis game will.lose its charm and most of its replayability. Shame to.let such a beautifully rendered version of a real game simply die out because the devs didnt feel like giving you the entire game. Currently the base version of this game comes with 7 expansions. If they added those then this app would be amazing. Far better than the actual physical version.
The tutorial hangs when the first nightmare card comes up (on a Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro). It doesn't allow any of the four options to be selected and no more tutorial pop-ups appear. The menu to exit the game is still accessible.
Cries out for the expansions, which are the whole point of the game. They deliver constantly evolving gameplay options. The app eliminates the shuffling and deck management, which is the main downside of the physical game. Cannot imagine that this was produced without IAP expansions. A no-brainer.
I love onirim and am happy to see the app does a good job of capturing the original game. I would like to see the expansions which are included in the base game get added even if they are IAP or see a higher base price to have them. They add a lot of customizability to the game and add difficulty and replayability.
Love this game. I would love it if you guys added the expansions, I bought this both on my ipad and android phone. The first time I launched it the game was kind of glitchy when using prophecy the cards would go off the screen. Restarting the app made it work fine.
Worlwide release of the game.
This ain’t no ordinary maze! Hallways and junctions change with every turn!