Store Performance Index shows overall performance of your app on app stores. It is based on combined ASO & reviews metrics.
Maginary is the unique fiction novel where your are one of the main characters. It connects our real world with the world of your imagination through the iPhone. <br><br>Michael Sterry — the previous reader of this book — woke up in a strange, far distant land called Anzo. The only thing he's got is the medallion which somehow broadcasts everything into your imagination. You will need to use your brains, your hands and even your legs to help Michael survive in Anzo and get him back into our real world...<br><br>----<br><br>This unique immersive experience will allow you to get lost in your imagination with the help of:<br>* Over 70 beautiful animations with typography that will turn it into magical experience (think of magic diary from Harry Potter)<br>* Audio and video sfx that will be adjusted to your reading speed<br>* Original plot with interesting twists and unusual characters<br>* Original soundtrack<br>* Marvellous puzzles and interactions with your iPhone<br>* You as the book’s main character<br><br><br>-----<br><br>We wanted as many people as possible to enjoy this experience. That's why we decided to make the first two chapters for free and In-app purchase for the full game.<br><br>This is a game for those who believe that the coolest graphics and augmented reality can be found in their own mind.<br><br>For the best experience, use iPhone and headphones.<br><br><br>If you have any questions, feel free to contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
User reviews affect conversion to installs and app rating. Featured and helpful reviews are the first to be noticed by users and in case of no response can affect download rate. This is why it is highly recommended to reply to them.
I like story games but I Don’t like ones that’s ask you for money to play especially bad ones that are not even good, but this game is beautiful This is the first time I've seen a story game that is actually fun and the developers put their hearts into making it so the readers/players can actually enjoy it and use their imagination but like all story games you must pay to read, like I said before I like story games but I don’t like ones that ask for money to play especially bad ones but this one is different because this is the first story game that actually makes me want to pay to read it, it’s so interesting that you can’t help but want to pay for it,But what I hate more than a bad story game is a Review saying bad things to a good game “i refuse to fall for this money gimmick trap” so what you have to pay to read it, it does not even cost that much it’s not like they are asking you to pay $100 to read I mean they are people to if they made the whole game free then the only thing they would get are the people’s joy it’s like having a job that gives you candy instead of money you should be happy they made a wonderful game like this only $4.99 if you where the one doing it I bet you would have made the price higher (I would have) so to be honest . I Don't See A Problem With It! (Btw I love the way you cleverly lowered the prices 👌🏽👌🏽👌🏽)
This is quite different from anything I’ve seen before and I was pleasantly surprised with the concept to add the reader to the story. I’m giving 5 start to the app because it’s quite remarkable and innovative, but I wouldn’t categorize as a game. A game would prevent you from moving forward if you are incapable to give the right answer. It would prevent you to move forward if the time ran out. Nonetheless, I was so drawn to the story, the interactions and the sounds that I forgot time for a short while. Favorably, My advise is to create challenges to the reader. Maybe create difficulty levels, where the reader can choose how he would play and read the book. I thought the story was interesting, but I believe it would’ve been better if it was a bit more realistic. Maybe a suspense story, resolve a mystery or murder case. The possibilities are endless. Further more,I also have to disagree with the tittle. The game only gives the illusion of control to the reader, because the end it’s already set. It would be nice to have a game where every choice you made had a different consequence to the end of the story... Not every ending would the same and the reader would have a more personalized experience... maybe someday, We’ll get to play such a game. For now, let me just say... this story rocks!!! Worth $5 dollars and some... thanks again. Keep the stories coming!
First things first, I want to address people complaining about the paywall. I myself didn’t even realize that “Way-Pall” was supposed to hint that, and the entire thing tripped me out. But after reading the entire thing, I definitely think it was worth it to buy the rest. Yes, it may use the side of people that really want to finish things like stories, jobs, or other stuff, but I’ve got to admit they do all of these things in clever ways no app I’ve seen has ever done before. Something I also noticed in the reviews is that not a single person complained about the content being just generally bad. That’s really good in any sort of app, whether or not it’s a game, or a book, or whatever. It’s crazy how well you guys (talking to the devs here) did on this, and for not even one person to review this as bad content? That’s something that I thought was an impossible deed, but you pulled it off, and with tons of style at that. To the developers, I really hope you’ll keep making more of these type of “experiences” (and hopefully with either a small paywall or just a link to a donation thing at the end) and I’ll definitely support you guys through whatever you do (as long as you keep up the good work). And wanting to end on a good note, keep up the good work! 😄👌❤️👍
This game immediately hooked me, from the way the screen interactions worked, the ominous noises, the individual to game interaction making you build a personal connection to the characters of the story. You can genuinely tell that the developers poured their heart out into this game and was well worth the $4.99 it was charged to play the game. Many games of this type are either A) not as good, well developed or fun to play in general. B) they don’t intrigue the player, build connection and make them want to continue turning the page to find out what’s next, this game executed that perfectly. And C) they usually cost ample amounts more than this game did. To see a game of this professional development for such a sufficient price is awe striking and inspiring to me and maybe even other individuals and I have ample respect for the developers of the game. I enjoyed this game and I would love to see more of this type, or maybe even more stories (not suggesting free stories of course but maybe an array or genres you can pick from and/or get previews of from the beginning of the book, then decide if you want to purchase it to continue the story and the lure of it.) This was genuinely my favorite app I have ever gotten and would love to see more from you guys. Thank you for the unforgettable experience! :)
I just have to say, I love to read but can become easily distracted while reading which can make it difficult to finish a book. That was not the case with maginary, the interactive elements as well as the sheer beauty of this app kept me engaged and reading without any difficulty. I am really hoping to see more apps like this in the future, more books created rather than just written. A word for anyone that complains about the price. STOP BEING SO CHEAP! Seriously people are so cheap when it comes to apps. Do you people realize the amount of work and effort that goes into making a masterpiece like this? It's a lot of work and the Developers deserve to be paid for their work. $5 that's about as much as most people pay for a coffee or something else you can live without for one day. I understand not wanting to pay for an app that not the greatest, but this is incredible. It's design is gorgeous and the execution was masterful. I want to thank the Developers for the ingenious way of asking the user to pay for the rest of the book. I'm so glad you could download the first part to see if it's for you and then decide later if you want the full version. I like this modal. It allows me to test an app before purchasing. Thanks I hope to see more in the future.
Developed by Semyon Polyakovskiy.
Maginary — immersive game book is ranking in Games & Books & Role Playing & Adventure
Last update was at Feb 21, 2020and the current version is 1.7.4.
To see all other keys and revenue click here 1291905541
Maginary — immersive game book have a 2 520a user reviews.
In the meanwhile, check latest insights
on mobile business
2020 was a rollercoaster and brought a ton of changes to the industry. What were the most important ones, how did they affect trends of 2021 and what should you do — all that in this article.
AppFollow analysts have tracked down apps which enjoyed the highest average rankings for most of the year 2020.