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Named one of the best games in the App Store Best of 2015.<br><br>“The scale of Til Morning's Light is bigger than just about anything else on a smartphone: not only is the world huge, but the dialogue is fully voice acted, and the graphics look fantastic.” – The Verge <br><br>“Far and away, my favorite ride at any of Disney’s theme parks is The Haunted Mansion … To that end, I can offer no higher compliment to developer WayForward’s Til Morning’s Light than to say that, at its best, it feels like a private invitation to The Haunted Mansion from the ghost host himself.” - Gamezebo <br><br>Erica Page is an ordinary teenage girl, just trying to fit in. She’s also trapped in a mansion haunted by a 200 year-old curse. You know, the normal stuff. Help her explore the huge, creepy, and not exactly empty mansion, revealing its darkest secrets and hopefully a way out. There are clues to decipher, tools to collect, and puzzles to solve. If all else fails, Erica can beat the goo out of supernatural nasties with an arsenal of clubs, knives, and swords. Oh, did we forget to tell you? Erica has to escape by dawn, or she’ll become the next ghost in the mansion! <br><br>Brought to you by Amazon Game Studios and WayForward, developers of the Shantae series and DuckTales: Remastered,Til Morning's Light delivers a deep storyline and charming, quirky characters set in beautiful, haunting environments, with drama and surprises around every creepy corner.<br><br>As an audio prequel to the game, The Private Blog of Erica Page is available as a free audiobook on Audible. Download it today and listen to Erica’s blog posts made prior to her night trapped in the mansion. Narrated by Stephanie Sheh, the voice of Erica Page.
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This game is wonderful! The level design/open world feel gives this game a less streamlined feel than it really is. The puzzles feel great with enough challenge without feeling tedious. When having to collect items to complete bigger puzzles you never feel exhausted from having to check every room to find them because you'll always encounter a fight or smaller puzzles to close the gap between those bigger discoveries. Also... The puzzles aren't a matter of finding pieces and automatically fitting where they belong. You have to use your head and discover how the pieces work. The voice over is fantastic! That's it... FANTASTIC! The gameplay mechanics are an entanglement of many pieces that work wonderfully together. Point and click, QTE and puzzles. Navigating through each room is a breeze and discovering items in each room is as easy as touching the screen. The fighting sequences are fantastic! A bombardment of arrows and scrolling and shrinking circles randomly appearing on the screen keep you engaged and on your toes. Not to mention that each weapon you encounter does a different amount of damage and creates a different variety of actions during fight sequences. The developers did a marvelous job creating a character that you care about. You feel sympathy in her plight and desire her escape from this house and its inhabitants. Such an engrossing game and experience. I can't get enough of it and can't wait to see how it all turns out!
I don't play many games on my phone, but this caught my eye. The graphics are clean, the U.I is snappy and responsive. Most importantly the game play and combat are perfect! I've been a gamer since the first days of the colecovision system. And have had every console since, (except dreamcast... because I have standards), and I'm not much of a mobile gaming fan. But Til Morning was simply great. It reminded me of a child friendly version of the original resident evil in some ways. Find your way through a locked mansion, find clues and items to solve puzzles (hidden all over the house). The part that shines brightest is the combat system. It's simple to learn, possible to master, without the frustration of cheap deaths. (Make sure to clean your screen from time to time). Overall this is the ONLY game I have ever written a review for (without being forced). Get it! Love it! Finish it!
To get this app for a while but I hesitated because of the price and puzzle elements. I am glad I finally got it though. The graphics/voices are great, nice cutscenes and kinda cliche but still interesting story so far. It's kinda funny but it makes sense how you fight with your flash light, your only weapon (so far?). The combat is strange, however. There's green circles and you have to wait until they overlap to tap them. It can get tricky though when there are multiple circles. I like the haunted house exploring elements, main character, and the first ghost encounter is cool. I've only played for a little while but I recommend getting this premium game with no in-app purchases and a good story.
This game has great characters, made even more appealing by excellent voice acting. The story is fairly interesting, (so far) and the designs of the protagonist and the bosses are quite nice looking. The problem, as the title suggests, is that the gameplay is repetitive, drab, and boring. It consists mainly of walking into rooms and solving puzzles. The issue is that in a good puzzler, the player must make interesting and rewarding connections between different elements of the rooms to eventually solve the puzzle. It should leave the player satisfied and slightly proud of their accomplishment of beating it. Very rarely does the game fulfill this obligation. Most of the time it has you doing busywork. Kill the monster here. Get the lever from inside it. Put the lever in its housing. Oh look, it opened another lever. Pull the lever. Oh look, a box. Push box on button. Yaaaay. Speaking of boxes, the controls for pushing boxes are glitchy, and will often cause the player to connect to a different side from the closest side to the player. When surrounded by dozens of irritating enemies, this will waste a lot of time, and prevent the player from accomplishing anything useful. And then the combat. It’s literally just a bunch of ugly-looking quicktime events, with a lackluster rpg item system. It just isn’t fun. It’s also repetitive. In conclusion, this game could be good, if the puzzles were interesting and the combat was fun. But they’re not.
The game glitched pretty badly after I defeated the first 'boss', but with consecutive played I've not had the problem again. Excellent storyline! First time through none of us actually 'finished' the game before defeating the last boss and rolling credits. (Hopeful for a sequel though...tasty bit there after the credits!) I never filled the clock with spirits and didn't enter all the rooms. Will have to try again soon ;) The monsters do get tedious, but I think there are just too many of them. I never thought there wasn't enough variety. There are new monsters all the time! Had a couple good jumps spots in there too! Had me AND my kids jumping and screaming! Great play! :D
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Til Morning's Light is ranking in Games & Action & Adventure
Last update was at Jul 24, 2015and the current version is 1.0.2.
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