A chilling look back at a time where we enslaved ourselves between fear and superstition. Is the Mystic Seer always correct? Does he really know the future? Ask your Yes or No question, but beware the answer that lies ahead of you. Sound effects, vibration, and animation make this a wonderful entertainment piece.
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Completely re-written in Swift using AutoLayout (geek talk that means this will look and work great on all screen sizes including split views on iPad and various iPhone sizes).
Added new grandfather feature that removes ads if you purchased the app before version 1.4 (and have not deleted it).
Adds the ability to remove ads for those of you annoyed by them.
Replaced laugh sound with a more neutral lever pull (we heard your review! Sorry it took us so long to get to it!)
Ratings and Reviews
I knew this thing was a live entity when I first asked it if I should use my debit card when I wanted to get popcorn at a theater. It's response made so much sense.
My only complaint is the evil laughter when you ask a question, which I find to be quite unfitting. I'd replace the laughter with a coin insertion sound effect instead. The Mystic Seer is not revealed as a malevolent entity, but rather as a simple mechanism installed at most public restaurants. The laughter is too "tell, don't show".
The thing was neither good, nor evil. It was only giving its users what was asked of it: their future. It was the users who had succumbed to their own uncertainty, they were their own victims, hence the elderly couple seen at the end of the episode as Shatner and his wife made their leave. Please address this issue. Thank you.
Mystic Seer Rocks
If you ever dreamed of being in the Twilight Zone, now you can! From the legendary episode with William Shatner "Nick of Time", you can ask any "yes" or "no" question and receive an answer. However, try to trick the Mystic Seer....and you do so at your own risk. This is my favorite app and lovingly done in retro style. A++
could use over and over for the music alone
Yes the app is simple and has ads...but it's also FREE. The palm-mute guitar riff is what makes it, sometimes i open it just to listen to that. It gives the same fortunes the hot young Shatner and his nonhot wife got in "Nick of Time," which is sure to delight TZ superfans
- Ben Ku
- 37 MB
Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.