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Partia

By Imago Software

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Description

Partia is a SRPG (Strategy Role-playing) video game inspired by Fire Emblem and Tear Ring Saga series. In a high fantasy setting, the game will take players through an adventure where magic and sword collide and friendship and betrayal intertwine.

In version 1.0.3
- Graphics Optimized for iPhone 5 and iPod Touch 5!
- Arena now has 2 vs 2 and 2 vs 1 mode (PVP coming soon at 1.0.4)
- Game is now fully D-Pad controllable at Intermission (iCade support will be in at 1.0.4)
- You can heal units at Inn using Crowns and Potions
- Introducing 'horse rule' that increases attack power with distance traveled
- New unit type Ballista (Only at Stage 5 though)
-Minimum iOS version is now 4.3 meaning iPhone 3G support is discontinued.

In version 1.0.2
- Improved enemy A.I.
- Faster gameplay option
- Faster dialog option
- Single tap menu button option

You can access the options either in-game or at the title screen menu.

Thank you guys for your reviews and suggestions. Good ones encourage us and bad ones humble us.

I am constantly fixing bugs that are brought up to me and trying to change things that bother people. It takes time since I am just one guy (Imago Software is only two guys) dealing with many issues. Still things will improve in future updates that I'm working on.

Meanwhile, obviously this is a paid game and I don't want to disappoint or cheat people out of their money.

Here's a gameplay video from TouchArcade's Sanuku (Thank you!):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3O9tw2L5Wg&feature=plcp

This may help with your purchase decision! Also our own video that include game tutorials are at

http://www.youtube.com/user/Playimago

@Matthew Haralson
Yes, the minor character development was very weak. More dialogs will be written in part of effort to more complete game experience!

@Tony Peniyoung
I was going to answer your concern but didn't really get the message!

@Grievlocke
Wow, having big battle animations will be really cool. Number 1 in my wish list too. Simply there was no budget and it looks like there will be no budget in the future, either- looking at the sales.

@Many who wanted more stages
I had random map generation for more guild quests, but I couldn't get the quality right yet. Random really never worked with the element of strategy, and became just a brute fighting.
Partia 2 was planned for 25 stages that wraps up the story, but at 600 games sold, well, I wonder if I could ever get enough budget.

@ErnieBernie876
I know it is not as convenient as having a restart button, but you could suspend the game and load the last save data to restart the stage from the beginning.

@frozencracker
It would be a bug if you have an attack option without having a valid target, but I can't seem to reproduce it. To cancel the attack while targeting, you could press 'B' button (that's the inside button) or you could choose a target then select No.

I will try my best to answer any question! You could also email me to:

admin@playimago.com

What's New in Version 1.0.3

- Graphics Optimized for iPhone 5 and iPod Touch 5!
- Arena now has 2 vs 2 and 2 vs 1 mode (PVP coming soon at 1.0.4)
- Game is now fully D-Pad controllable at Intermission (iCade support will be in at 1.0.4)
- You can heal units at Inn using Crowns and Potions
- Introducing 'horse rule' that increases attack power with distance traveled
- New unit type Ballista (Only at Stage 5 though)
-Minimum iOS version is now 4.3 meaning iPhone 3G support is discontinued.

Screenshots

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Customer Reviews

Just needs full screen.

Partia is a strategy game that reaches its goal of being a pretty genuine clone of Fire Emblem for iOS- the best, imo. Gameplay is pretty solid, although horizontal style is pretty awkward since the d pad is really tiny and right under the game display screen, so 60% of the device's screen isn't really used. The story is okay, and, overall, Partia is a good game for a small fee. There thankfully isn't any IAP rubbish, and that could have fit in perfectly with this kind of game. Sadly, it lacks a tutorial, so I recommend everybody to look up a quick guide on how to play Fire Emblem before embarking on a quest with Partia so that you get the basics.

The thing Partia really needs, though, is full screen for vertical play for 5G devices and up. Even if you just want to fill up those empty black corners with a cool Partia wallpaper, that would be enough to keep me satisfied. I was going to put four stars because of this minor issue, but i'll cut the dev some slack- I read that the dev consists of only two people working on this game which is pretty amazing: you have done a great job. Keep up the good work.

Cheap Fire Emblem, but could be so much more

Okay. I'll list some of the obvious flaws.
1. The control scheme is awkward. The way the horizontal view works is weird and the touch controls just feel wrong. In a vertical view, the D-pad and buttons are MINISCULE. Fix this problem, and the game instantly becomes better.

Flaw 2: lack of tutorial/info. The lack of tutorial is okay, since the game lets you figure things out on your own with very little risk of losing your units at the beginning. But I can't see the stats on a weapon or armor. I can't even tell how much my potion heals!

3. Combat menus. Let me select an enemy, then a weapon. And for the love of God, don't set the cursor on "Back" by default!

4. Introduce the units you start with a little more. I like forming an emotional attachment with every unit I have, but I can't because they're just kinda THERE.

But here are some praises:

For a $4 game, this isn't bad. People would probably say I'm an idiot for saying that, but if this is supposed to imitate Fire Emblem, it's really good for 10% of the price of Awakening. So far, the storyline seems good. I REALLY like the introduction of armor. It's really cool and I've wanted it in Fire Emblem for forever. All in all, this game so far earns a solid 3.8 stars.

Flawed, but good

I found this by searching fire emblem, hoping I would find something in the same vein, and I did find something. There are flaws though, but overall it's enjoyable. First, the game needs to take up more screen space. Also, some of the writing, particularly the intro, could use some editing. It may help to read it aloud to grasp some of the awkward sentences. A bigger screen should also enhance font size as it's much too small. It would also be nice to have a screen showing the attack power. I saw a Mage with 3 magic thinking everything would be dandy to have him kill a unit in one hit and the weapon description doesn't tell you how much power the magic has. That needs to be fixed. Otherwise, solid effort, and I hope this game can get the support it needs to realize it's potential

Partia
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • $3.99
  • Category: Games
  • Updated: May 31, 2013
  • Version: 1.0.3
  • Size: 35.6 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Imago Software
Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor

Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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