An indispensable assistant to the game master. RPG Audio will help when playing D&D and other role-playing games and will also become an excellent background soundtrack.
You can play, engage in creative pursuits, read, simply relax with the theme background music which sets up the right mood and creates a lively atmosphere.
- Make your game truly realistic and ambient
- You do not need to search and assemble sounds yourself.
- You will be able to select the desired theme for every occasion
- RPG Audio on iPhone or iPad is always with you
- A large selection of sounds
- Easy to use
- High sound quality
- Ability to combine different sounds
- No ads
- Broadcasting sounds from parallel worlds
* Tiny fixes
Ratings and Reviews
The app has actually quite a large bank of sound effects/music. I'd say that about 1/3rd of them are actually useful, quality effects for a dm to create an atmosphere, the other 2/3rds are useless garbage horror/scifi sound effects that you either find standard on any free soundboard, or they sound like they were recorded on someones old iPod microphone and dumped copious amounts of reverb effects onto. Plus it's just a soundboard with pictures and no titles for anything, it's not actually well suited for setting an atmosphere as a DM seeing as how you'd have to turn off the previous effect(s) and then also look for the picture associated to the now relevant sound effect(s) you wanted and turn those on before continuing. IDK... It's not a whole lot better than a free soundboard, except that you can play multiple sounds at one time and if you play one that loops, it does keep playing even after you navigate away from the app. Buy at own risk.
Cool app, but...
...this has amazing ambient background sounds for all types of situations but pretty weak sound effects- I would couple it with another app for actual sound effects.
What is Fantasy?
I must agree it is good advice to pass on this app if you are looking for sounds for your Table Top RPG. One or two could be used, but too many are things like kitty cats or gunfire to earn the app an inclusion in “Fantasy RPG” genre sounds. It’s in the name but not so much in the app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.