Underworlds Ultimate Edition
By Pixel Mine, Inc.
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Underworlds, named by Touch Arcade as a MUST HAVE iPhone game is now available on the iPad with a new ULTIMATE EDITION!
Game of the Month - AppGamer.net
"it occupied almost all my free time from the minute I downloaded it." - MacWorld, 4 of 5 star review.
"Underworlds is a game that will loot your heart and have you coming back for more...Underworlds is an absolute blast!" - thatvideogameblog.com review
"I give Underworlds a strong recommendation to any hack and slash fan. I’ve had a great time playing through it, and I’m still having fun on my second time around." - TouchArcade.com
"The game is dark, atmospheric, intense, and it’s a fine debut" - 9 out of 10 review, AppGamer.net
"I’ve been waiting for an action RPG in the same vein as Diablo on this platform for months and now it’s finally here." - iphones.com
"It is really an amazing update- probably the greatest single update of any app I have ever seen." - Jebus (Touch Arcade Fourms)
"This is the first Authentic iPhone Role Playing Game!!" - appBank.net
About the Game
Underworlds is the premiere role-playing adventure game on the iPad!
Chapter 1: Into the Abyss
You are the guard of McTavish's traveling caravan, carving out a comfortable existence by taking odd jobs and protecting against the occasional Orc raider when a mysterious attack on the nearby town of Albrect compels you to lend your blade to the good townspeople.
It's not just rats that plague the Happy Cadaver Inn. Denizens of hell are seeping through to the world of mortals! During your journey you'll face a horde of gruesome enemies...and their wicked overlords!
Chapter 2: The Giant Fortress
Discover the hidden secrets of the sprawling town of Termon.
Face new and fierce enemies in your quest to lift the curse that plaques the 'old town' residents.
The fortunes of many are in your hands!
More about Gameplay
The experience you gain during your adventure lets you learn powerful offensive feats like Slash, Shield Bash, and Berserk or advance in the healing arts to gain Health and Vitality Boosts. As you increase in level, you can upgrade your existing Feats or add new ones. The active combat feats feature graphically stunning on-screen special effects to help make your battles even more heart-pounding and exhilarating.
As you progress you can choose exactly how to improve your character's abilities. Hone your strength to become a real bruiser, become nimble and accurate by focusing on dexterity, increase intelligence to unlock more feats, or work on your constitution to better withstand the onslaught of the undead.
• Takes FULL advantage of the power of the iPad!
• Fully configurable controls, move all on screen controls where you like them! Use a virtual direction pad or just touch where you want to go
• Customize your character's attributes and feats to suit your play-style
• Advance your character's abilities while you explore mysterious graveyards, dark chambers and dangerous crypts
• Test your skill on 4 difficulty settings, including the extreme difficulty challenge
• Find thousands of unique armor and weapons to use or trade for gold
• Discover hidden traps and treasures
• Choose from two simple, smooth control schemes to make play easy at home or on the go!
• Save your progress at any time or restart with your current experience and items
• Enjoy Underworlds again and again - play through multiple times, on different skills levels
What's New in Version 1.2
-fixed crash on chapter 1 end
A great Hack and Slash iPad game
I went looking for a traditional hack and slash RPG on the iPad and found Underworlds. It's a very good experience and a lot of fun on the iPad. It feels very similar to older games such as Wizardry, Might and Magic, and Realmz and has consumed a lot of enjoyable time for me.
That said, it's not perfect. The magic items are so complex that determining if the new item is better than your old one is very difficult and this is complicated by being able to carry very few items. Sometimes when you have your inventory up, you get attacked by monsters and killed before you even know you are under attack. The game could use better instructions (or any instructions) and a good online strategy guide which would reduce the need for support by the authors. It took most of a play through before I realized the teleport charms were designed to let you teleport back to the merchant to sell your stuff. And it took me almost that long to realize that the goblet icon gave you a description of your current goals.
That said, this is my favorite game on the iPad and the one I go back to time after time.
One of my favorite D&D questing
Even though there may be a few points that some may complain about, I personally have no problems with this game.
Have both iPhone and iPad versions and like them both.
Although a different flavor than a turn based system aka "The Quest" series ... (which is a much larger world and very detailed) ...
I like this one because of the arcade style of combat and the need to carefully examine the tons of equipment gathered after combat.
Quest path is rather linear thus making it a bit easier than most dungeon quest games, so if you like a well written quest sequence with some basic hack and slash fun this one if for you.
If you want a more detailed and rich world of magic, spells, enchanting, combat and potions, go get any of "The Quest" games.
In it's own right this is a solid 5 stars in my book.
Let me start off by saying that I am a tough customer to please, but not unreasonable. This is a mediocre to passable Diablo clone minus the polish we've come to expect with this generation of gaming. That being said however, I am thoroughly disappointed by the primitive "native pixel doubling" that that the deva have used to sell this as an iPad native game. It's fun but ugly on the iPad, and desperately needs an update with actually scaled textures, not stretched ones. If the dev would be so kind as to come out of hiding with an update, I'd be glad to change my rating. All in all, the quests are solid but just like the lore, suffer from a lack of originality. I play this game a lot due to the fun and looting involved, and even though it's a doable clone, it is one of the better clones available. It seems to be a trend with idevice gaming to release a game, patch it once or twice then abandon it even though it still generates revenue... A sad trend for a capable platform.