Reversion - The Escape
Point and click adventure games are on the
rise. Reversion - The Escape is the latest one we have seen here at
Family Friendly Gaming. We start as a man in a hospital. This poor man
has lost his memory, and twenty years of history. Mercenaries have
control of the hospital since it is one of the few buildings left alive.
Reversion - The Escape is a story of discovery. We learn about this apocalyptic area. We learn about ourselves and other characters. Expect some adult concepts in Reversion - The Escape. I know Apple gave it a 4+ rating. Kids may ask you questions about certain topics after playing Reversion - The Escape.
This hand held video game is not easy either. Expect to be using the free hints quite often. Even when you know what to do in Reversion - The Escape it can be difficult. Tapping the right interaction tool with the right thing on the screen can take a few attempts.
I was not expecting voice actors in Reversion - The Escape, but they are there. In some ways Reversion - The Escape reminds me of older PC games. The iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch platforms have brought back this genre. The music in Reversion - The Escape fits the mood of the environment.
Reversion - The Escape is a nice diversion from the running games, flinging games, and tapping games that have dominated this platform for so long. Reversion - The Escape can draw the player in. I hope for additional chapters to Reversion - The Escape in the coming months.
Family Friendly Factor: 72%
System: iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad
Rating: ‘4+’ - 4+
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