Omber is an immersive, first-person, role-playing game.The Wizard Somes has captured the Princess Kroma and keeps her prisoner in the Omber, an alternate dimension. He uses her magical powers to enslave the local villagers to work in his mines.
It's your mission to kill Somes, free the villagers and free the Princess. There are resistance fighters who will help you. You'll have Root, a wise Ent to adventure at your side.
Move within a beautiful, 3d world with appeal and challenges for Adventurers of all ages.
Multiple side quests in addition to your main missions.
Level up by battling your foes.
Earn reputation points by doing good deeds.
Find Sparkles of Happiness to fatten your purse.
Mine, create potions, weave, make shoes, forge weapons and more.
Note: There are so many changes, you will not be able to use your old save files if you update.
--More polished graphics, including larger font, smoothed terrain textures, new backgrounds and icons.
--You now see a question mark icon on the screen at any point where you can interact with a person or object. It's your choice to tap on it or not.
--Create Your Character scene redone.
--Resistance Hideout and Dynamite Mines have been redone.
--Damage to opponent notifications improved.
--New teleporter in the temple.
--New items added to find or buy--new weapons, new spell, new armor, books and traps.
--Some opponents are harder.
--Two new quests added--Guide to Other Dimensions from Mage Gemineye in Spider Wood and Match the Scrolls from Beazly Sidwax in the Pits.
--Other new non-player characters added to interact with--Andy and his faithful dogs in the Resistance Hideout.
--Dialogues now show quest rewards after completing a quest and battle gains after finishing a battle.
--Battle changed slightly--you now have a team of three undead spirits to help you fight in addition to Root--tap the hotbar icon to use their different attacks and your own attack. You can level up the damage they do as you gain experience.
--Single inventory for the player.
--New Sword and Shield.
--Although Omber is meant to be played in landscape mode--it looks better now if you choose to play in portrait mode.
Ratings and Reviews
After playing this a minute I got excited because it reminded me of the quest. Well duh! No wonder! Catacomber...loved his support in the Quest. This game wasn't as detailed as the quest but it's a 3D world which was fun to experience. I actually enjoyed not being bogged down with tons of inventory and a massive quest list. Was a really fun way to spend my day recovering from the flu.
This game is awful. I thought the reviews might lead me to a decent game but thismis awful, even for .99. It's awkward, poorly designed, to do anything is a chore of tapping incessantly, inventory, combat, etc. Don't buy this if you are under the impression your are getting something cool with old school flair. It's as if whoever designed this had never tried to play it. It lasted ten minutes and I deleted it.
Beautiful first person rpg for fans of The Quest!
This game is very similar to the quest and very beautifully done. Please support this developer by giving this game a try, the price is a steal and if you are wanting a great first person rpg this is the one worth playing! a FEW THINGS THAT NEED FIXING: please fix the combat it's a little confusing nothing really obviously affects your enemy until they just drop dead or you do. The combat is a little awkward and I get stuck in the moon temple and can't get out again.
- B Sebolao d/b/a Zarista Games
- 451.1 MB
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2014 Zarista Games
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