One Button Travel
Description of App
To cut a long story short, If you like interactive fiction, just go buy this one.” - Toucharcade.com
One Button Travel is a new interactive fiction adventure by the award-winning team behind Rules! Play a story that unfoldes with the choices you make, in real time!
One Button Travel is a gripping journey to a mysterious future exploring social questions not unlike those we face today. At 55000 words, it is a true interactive novel, with branching story-lines and decisions that shape the player's destiny. And for those moments when you don't feel like reading, your device is ready to read it to you.
Are you ready to explore a strange new world?
Pack your bags, you're going on a trip! Or are you?
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Apple Watch Support
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The app is completely accessible as far as I have played it, it used VoiceOver but it also uses the system voice to read the messages automatically as they come in.
Similar to the lifeline games or to the martian.
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Since you mentioned this game being similar to lifeline or the Martian, does it still have the same voiceover focus issues? In other words, is the text all on one screen, or do the pages change? I would imagine with a 55,000 word possibility, this would be important as you progress through the story.
Hi, the screen does change. You only see the last exchange on the main window and the previous messages are located in the chat history in the menu. Therefore, as far as I have seen, it doesn't apear to have any of those issues.
For three dollars U.S., I'd like to know a little more about what this game entails. What kinds of interactions do you have, whom you meet, and basically more than what the app description has. Thanks.
The story is uniform in places, and very not in others. The way they o it is interesting actually. When you open the game, you are greeted with a screen that says, push the button. On pushing it, you begin receiving chat messages, telling you not to push the button. It turns out, hen you pressed the button, you booked a vacation into the future. The user who is contacting you is going to help you figure out how to do this. That's all I will say, even if it is a little predictible, the story still has something to be said for it.
I thouthgt the game was quite fun, but short.It feels like it ends quite suddenly