Evhacon is a single player roleplaying game created by independent developer Pietro Nifosi and Retroverso Games.
Assume the role of an unknown hero charged with aiding the Aecherians on a epic quest steeped in mystery and high adventure!
In typical RPG fashion you’ll go on quests, fight monsters and level up your character.
Enhance your attributes and talents as you see fit to achieve the playing style that most fits your playing style.
Assemble valuable gear and rare items from vendors, chests, and from the body of those you have dispatched.
In a neat little twist some chests and doors may actually require you to complete a lock-picking mini-game in order to gain access to them.
Once you’ve completed the designated quests you’ll still be able to scour the countryside looking for items to build up your character for the next part of the journey.
Future enhancements will include professions, a place to stash excess goods and the ability to transfer your character from one episode to the next.
Vivid, detailed graphics help the game world come to life, and every character is voice acted.
Fully interactive 3D World
3rd person camera
Beautiful soundtracks and realistic ambient sounds
Accurate combat with manual blocking and attacking.
Vast selection of weapon types and upgrades
And much much more!
Powered by Unreal Engine 3.
* Please note: Evhacon may not work properly, or at all, on the following devices-
-iPod Touch4, -iPad 1, -iPhone 4s, -and lower, due to the highly detailed environments.
May 01, 2015 - UPCOMING FEATURES
- Multi-language support
- "Child of the Night" questline continues featuring a secret sanctuary and new rewards!
-New option to switch between exploration/combat modes manually
-New option to select between two different camera styles
-Fixed a bug in the inventory that didn't allow players to equip items past the 15th slot
-Fixed several quest rewards
Ratings and Reviews
I really enjoyed the music, ambients, and voice acting. The story is solid, and the player character models are realistic. No female playable character sadly, which may hurt sales a bit with female customers. Combat is very good.
Running the game on iPad Air 2 - iOS 10.2, no crashes or video stuttering. In game however, the camera does not pan well, which causes occasional movement problems especially in buildings and other small areas. Not a deal breaker, but could be better based on the developers excellent work on the game. Lastly, it appears if certain quests are not done correctly, you cannot proceed further in the game. Since there is not an option to save or load means start a new game...big negative! I have made it all the way to the king for example, but nothing happens. No indication of what to do next, and all npc's are stagnant. No way to go back and retry this part. If I am unable to complete game 1, the purchase of Evhacon 2 is questionable and uncertain. I ask the developer to look into this, and make the necessary adjustments. It would be a shame to allow so much effort and talent to go unnoticed by the consumer.
I really wouldn’t buy this game, if you’re will to spend barely any more money you can get much better rpgs. The plot line is haphazard and hard to follow, and you spend a lot of your time running required errands for characters. But the worst part is that the only thing you can really explore is a singular city (and not a huge one at that) and there’s only a couple hours of actual gameplay, which both become huge problems once you’ve finished the plot line. On top of all that, there’s hardly any equipment really that you can get, which for me made it a lot less fun. I did give it 2 stars because the graphics are great and the gameplay is smooth for the most part but for $3 on a mobile game you need a lot more muchness. If you’re looking for good mobile rpgs, I highly recommend Ravensword: Shadowlands and Aralon: Sword and Shadow.
Really great start
It was shorter than I expected but I'm assuming that there will be updates to the story. The graphics were really good and the soundtrack was great. A few bugs came in here and there, mostly with looking around. The camera angles may need some work. Otherwise the storyline was interesting and the combat was ok, though a little repetitive (attack block, attack block). Hopefully the next additions will include bows and magic and such. I actually ended up liking the non-skill combat system, but maybe magic staves would make it interesting. And more combat allies. Overall it has a very Skyrim feel, and I'm eager to see more.
- Pietro Nifosi
- 586 MB
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Pietro Nifosi
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.