Do you have ten minutes to live a life?
Inspired by games like Journey or Cloud, I am a brave knight is a short interactive story based on our perspective of life. The game follows the life of a man and his progress through it. With an emotional story that will not leave you indifferent, get ready to live an experience and maybe learn something about yourself.
• An emotional story about life
• A short but intense experience
• Touching visuals and music
Added spanish version, pay what you want and some bugfixes.
Ratings and Reviews
I have never experienced something like "I am a brave knight" before. But I wouldn't call it a game. You have very little interaction with the world, simply tracing letters on the screen as prompted. You make no choices. You don't solve any puzzles, save for getting the finicky controls to recognize the letters you are writing (something you will probably struggle with down to the last screen).
And yet..."I am a brave knight" tries something new. It never delivers on its interesting mechanic like I wanted it to, but the mechanic is still interesting and it's pretty and it has a decent story even if it isn't interactive. I'm glad I played it. I'd like to see more games try things like this.
A flashback of the average persons life
The story was very short and it did end up being one of those apps that you download, play, and uninstall quick, however, the developers did this on purpose as part of their gameplay to remind you of how short life if and highlighted the most memorable events most people will remember in their own lives.
Now, be glad that this game didn't take up more than 10 minutes of your life and go enjoy creating your own life out there.
Not as good as Journey
This experience walks you through the life of a traditional man. Beginning and ending tragically, this game has you spell letters to continue. You play a passive observer who must interact with the screen to progress. You cannot lose, in part because there is no goal other then to tell the story.
In short (as is the game) this experience does not deliver on its promise. The art and sound make up some ground, but this is a failed attempt at emulating the video game "Journey" on the PS3.
I would try it once.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.