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Soul Trapper: Episode 1 - Ollie Ollie Oxen Free!

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Description

Sure, you’re good at video games, but how are you at audio challenges? Soul Trapper is a unique, richly produced interactive audio drama that’s going to challenge your memory, stereo perception and pattern recognition skills by asking you to master audio mini-game sequences interwoven into the narrative. Help Kane Pryce hunt down, capture and send ghosts to the afterlife…if you think you can! ? 2008 Best App Ever Awards Nominee ? ?? Top placement in the App Store ?? ??? 2009 Edge Magazine Top 50 iPhone Games ??? ???? Made Apple’s ‘What’s Hot’ and ‘Staff Favorite’ categories for months after release ???? A bold new direction for iPod gaming ????? “Soul Trapper is basically an interactive radio drama for the 21st century. It sports a surprisingly great story, phenomenal voice acting and some great touch based mini games. It’s all great stuff and easily the best gaming experience I've had on my iPod touch so far. My only complaint is that it's over too soon. (…) I was still itching for more. Highly recommended. Can't wait to see what Realtime Associates cooks up next.” - ebpoll There’s a techno-occultist working the dark supernatural streets of Los Angeles and he needs your help. Learn more about the 27 year old Kane Pryce and the mysterious Soul Trap device he wields. Your imagination is running wild, drumming up images of the man, his supernaturally charged contraption and how he’ll fulfill his mission. As the story unfolds through your headphones, it grabs you and draws you in. If anything else exists, you’re not aware of it right now. You’re fully engaged, pulled back in time and caught up in the rich voices that are captivating your brain as you listen to the skeptics, nay-sayers and – wait! Is that a ghost or a demon you hear? There’s a sense of evil in the air and it sends a chill down your spine. You just knew that the reporter is trouble, the church is haunted, that the rich recluse is somehow involved! The drama and intrigue continue to hold you as you progress through the storyline. Kane’s plight stirs your emotions as he experiences danger, mysteries, and yes, love. He can’t go through it alone, though. If you don’t help, the dark ghost forces will roam this realm forever more. You’re thinking, “What can I do?” The answer is, plenty. Start by getting comfortable with your earphones on then get ready for a more than three hour interactive audio adventure. Listen intently and follow instructions. It won’t be hard to do; the vintage radio drama format totally captures your interest and when it’s over, you’ll want lots more. Soul Trapper is a totally unique and amazing gaming experience. You’ve never played this way before. The app is richly produced, seamlessly interwoven with interactivity, navigation and audio puzzles. Memory, stereo perception, audio pattern recognition and mastery of action sequences are all called into play as you help the story progress through chapters. Get it right and you’ll work side by side with Kane Pryce to hunt down, capture and send ghosts to the afterlife, where they belong. The Soul Trapper audio game has some awesome features: * 3+ hours of headphones-only, interactive audio adventure * Top quality, spellbinding audio drama production * Unique audio-based puzzles * Challenges your memory, stereo perception, and pattern recognition skills * Catches and holds your interest, from start to finish * Game can be played in chapters or all at once * Created by 20+ year game development studio Realtime Associates, Inc. If you have an appreciation for rich storytelling, an ear for subtle clues, a penchant for puzzle solving and a mastery of action sequences, Soul Trapper will take your mind deeply into the spectrums of sound and imagination for a truly unique gaming experience.
Release Date: May 11, 2009

Latest Reviews

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MacLife 12/03/08 Review 3 out of 5
TouchGen 11/30/08 Review 3 out of 5
Slide To Play 11/01/08 Review 2 out of 4
Pocket Gamer UK 11/19/08 Review 7 out of 10
IGN 11/06/08 Review 6 out of 10
GameSpot 09/11/09 Screenshots n/a