Lineweight is now available for iOS following its Android release last month | Articles



Lineweight is a stylishly introduced textual content journey that originally launched for Android last month on Google Play and Google Play Pass. Today it is arrived for iOS units and when you’re you can begin enjoying it for free and pay for the remaining when you’re having fun with it.

Lineweight has been developed by Cipher Prime who chances are you’ll know from their earlier titles which embrace the likes of Fractal, Splice, Pulse, and Intake. They have described Lineweight as their tenth and ultimate undertaking.

It goals to look into the human situation throughout a time the place we have turn out to be fairly disconnected from one other. Each of its 5 chapters follows a narrative that has been impressed by real-life occasions and appears to evoke a response from the participant with its varied narratives the place every chapter focuses on a selected emotion.

It’s quite simple to play with every chapter being informed via a sequence of phrases that pop up on the display screen that is managed by way of a sequence of faucets and swipes. The builders say this to make the gamers really feel extra linked with the story itself nevertheless it may be so they might make the sport look extremely trendy.

Which, it undeniably does. Check out the trailer above and you will see how splendidly Lineweight is introduced, notably when you’re a fan of typography. Awesome aesthetics do not at all times make for a wonderful sport, nonetheless, and our reviewer Catherine felt somewhat underwhelmed by what it needed to supply.

Lineweight is available now over on the App Store, Google Play and Google Play Pass. It’s a free-to-start sport with the complete model being unlocked for a single in-app buy that prices $2.99.

Looking for more mobile games that have a focus on telling a good story? Here are 5 of the best narrative-driven games that released in 2019




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