A Western Drama

Last modified
Friday, September 10, 2021
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Description of App

A Western Drama is an arcade audio game, without any graphics, in which you only use your ears and a pair of headphones to interact with the environment of the game.

A Western Drama is an arcade audiogame with a deep story set in the American frontier of the nineteenth century, starring two bounty hunters, the young Wade and his master Drake.

As Wade, the player will have to face caravan thieves, robbers, cutthroats, mercenaries in violent shootouts and fast duels, trying to capture the four most dangerous criminals in the West and get to the heart of Wade's recurring nightmares.

Binaural audio allows players to live in a realistic world, without using any visual feedback. Through binaural audio, the player is immersed in a three dimensional audio world, that we have designed following the typical atmospheres of spaghetti western stories, full of characters, small outposts, dirt roads and cities.
A Western Drama è un audiogame arcade con una storia ambientata nella frontiera americana del XIX secolo, con protagonisti due cacciatori di taglie, il giovane Wade e il suo maestro Drake.

Version

1.0.3

Free or Paid

Paid

Apple Watch Support

No

iOS Version

14.7.1

Device(s) App Was Tested On

iPhone

Accessibility Comments

The game does not require voiceover

VoiceOver Performance

Not applicable for this app.

Button Labeling

Not applicable for this app.

Usability

The app is fully accessible without the use of VoiceOver

Recommendations

3 people have recommended this app

Most recently recommended by Christel john 1 month 2 weeks ago

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Comments

Submitted by That Blind Canuck on Tuesday, September 7, 2021

I'm glad to hear that the game has finally made its way to iOS. I was all ready to go download it until I heard the price tag. Here in Canada, it's $20 and that's just a little too rich for my blood.

Don't get me wrong, I am not one of those who expects these games, for which a whole lot of work has gone into them, to be free, but for an iOS game, I find it's a little too high.

Maybe after some time has passed and I hear thoughts from others whom have taken the plunge, I may pull the trigger, but for now, I think I'll wait.

A huge thanks for the developers for the hard work I'm sure they have poured into the game and I hope they keep it up.

Thanks!

Submitted by MusicLover99 on Tuesday, September 7, 2021

This sounds like a great game. But after I'm shown how to rotate and move my character, it says something about saving the game after every mission and then freezes. I've tried to get past this several times. That was a lot to spend on a game, so I hope it is fixed soon so that I can play and experience the story. Has anyone else experienced this?

Apparently, you need to press escape to go forward. Quite impossible on an iPhone. If this doesn't get fixed, or I don't get my refund, i'll never buy another audio game until someone else finish it first.

Submitted by Remy on Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Due to not being a big fan of audio games, I haven't played this one yet. THough it seems interesting enough for an AG that I may. That said, regarding the price, even Indie games are around $20CAD. Unless this game is so under-polished and short that you wonder where your hour went, I don't think $20 is unreasonable for this type of game. I do get that a lot of us probably can't afford such lavish expenditures, but games aren't cheap to make, even indie, audio games clearly done by more than a single person. Hopefully this game does well, despite people's misgivings about the price.

Submitted by iAndroidOS on Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Have just downloaded it on my iPad, and when I tried to play it, the game wouldn't respond to my touches.

Hopefully the game will be updated again within 170 years or less.

Submitted by vue on Wednesday, September 8, 2021

To escape one finger double tap the screen and it should work.

Submitted by DMNagel on Wednesday, September 8, 2021

In reply to by vue

It didn't work in the previous version, but it works now. However, there is now another part where this game becomes unresponsive. I've decided not to put up with this and got myself a refund. This used to be a top-notch company, but ever since Fury driver 1, they started going off the track.

Submitted by Christel john on Friday, September 10, 2021

Version 1.0.3, minor bug fixing

Submitted by Carlos Benasque on Friday, September 10, 2021

I move the Finger to where the voice indicates, and the gesture does not work.

Submitted by Firefly on Saturday, September 11, 2021

In one of the rules that take place in chapter 2, I swipe up when the tone indicates to do this after the drums, and me and the boss end up shooting each other. So we both end up dying. Is this a bug or am I just not timing it right any hints would be helpful.

Submitted by DMNagel on Saturday, September 11, 2021

So it looks like they have sorted out the bugs. Maybe I'll be able to buy it again.

Submitted by MusicLover99 on Sunday, September 12, 2021

How do you avoid taking damage from shots? It says I'm surrounded by enemies and to swipe in different directions to shoot. I'm doing that but I'm still dying every time. Any idea what I'm missing?

Submitted by Christel john on Monday, September 13, 2021

Swipe down when the enemy is shooting

Submitted by MusicLover99 on Monday, September 13, 2021

Thanks for explaining that to me! And I watched the video as well and really enjoyed it!