A noble circle's journey through Flatland, a two dimensional world (try out A Noble Circle - Prologue, it's free).
Inspired by the novella "Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions," Edwin Abbott Abbott, 1884.
- No ads.
- No micro transactions.
- No crippled gameplay.
- No data requirements (playable without wifi).
- No elevated device permissions.
- Built with love by indie game developers.
This is A Noble Circle's resurrection. What you've experienced before is gone, and a new type of journey awaits. Come say hello to an old friend and get lost in another world all over again. If I said more than this, it would ruin the surprise <3.
Ratings and Reviews
Amirali Rajan back at it again. He is easily my favorite app developer by a long shot, and anytime a new game comes out, I gladly fork out the $3 for it. A Noble Circle is one of those games that is so good you can’t describe just how good it is. The narrative is delivered masterfully, the themes clear and focused, and it makes you think about things you never would have thought about before (the whole planc explaination was my favorite part). Near the end of the game I actually started questioning my values, and how I should shape my future. No game has ever done that to me. Please, spend the $9 dollars and by all of Amirali’s games. They give you an experience Clash of Clans never will.
An Excellent Journey
This is an edit to my previous review after the most recent update:
After talking to the developer about making some changes he agreed with a good portion of them and implemented them in the most recent update. He removed lines that made the game feel like a cash grab and kept the parts that made a Noble Circle an interesting experience.
I dont think it was ever his intention for this game to be a cash grab now after talking to him over several emails and I will still be an avid follower of all his games.
I usually don't reply to reviews. But I feel this one was worth addressing. I don't want you to see anything I do as a cash grab xBernos. Never. When I first started developing games, pay upfront/premium content was simply how games were made. A developer put thought into something, built it out, and released; hoping to find like-minded individuals who would participate in an "experience". But in this day and age, a lot of what's out there is not about a relationship between the developer and the player. I really want to bring light to this, because "good guy devs" who really do care about the medium, are a dying breed. Money, voting with your wallet, is how you can show that developers like us are still valued. We have to piggyback off of our past successes, it's the only way we can present some sort of credibility amongst the flood of "pay to win" titles out there. I'm really am sorry that my pleas came off has a hard sell/cash grab. That wasn't my intention. Feel free to email me and we can talk more about how I can do a more tasteful job of this: firstname.lastname@example.org. Bottomline: I care about games as a medium to connect with people. But, we need your (monetary) support. Seriously email me, I'd love to chat anytime.
Favorite Game: Hope
Found this game back in May 2015, and there is still replayable value! Every update Amir adds something new or improves the story. So naturally with every update I replay the whole game reading out load the amazing narrative. The music is also phenomenal so play with headphones! Looking forward to the next update!!!
Update: 1 year later and I still play this game. Compass makes this game 10x easier so there is no reason for you not to buy it!
- Amirali Rajan
- 68 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © 2015 Amirali Rajan
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.