The Longest Journey Remastered
By Funcom N.V.
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One of the most beloved and critically acclaimed adventure games of all time is back, remastered and optimized for your mobile device!
"The Longest Journey ranks up there as one of my favourite entertainment titles of all time, not just out of video games, but of all media."
"The Longest Journey is one of the best adventure games in years."
"I enjoyed it more than any other game I have ever played, and I mean ever! And that's saying quite a lot. The Longest Journey is a magnum opus."
"A must buy, not only for any adventure fan, but also for anyone who calls themselves a gamer."
IGN.com Editor's Choice Award
Gamespy - Best Game of 2000
Gamespot - Game of the Year
The Longest Journey is truly more than a game - it's more like a book, a movie and a game all rolled into one. Explore an interactive and beautifully created universe from the perspective of April Ryan, a young art student who soon discovers that there is more to her world than meets the eye.
With the power to pass between worlds like others pass from waking to sleep, April must embark on the longest journey of her life; a journey not only across twin worlds, but also into her very own heart and soul. Embark on a voyage across phenomenal worlds, encounter a fantastic cast of unforgettable characters, and unravel one of the most epic stories ever told.
This remastered version for tablet devices includes a new intro and outro by Ragnar Tørnquist, new font, touch controls and a dynamic help system.
Experience what critics around the world are calling one of the best adventure games of all time. Experience The Longest Journey!
Love this game
Thanks for port! I'm a first time player of TLJ and am so thankful that these amazing games I've never gotten a chance to play are now being released through the App Store! I love the amount of thought and detail that the developers have put into every aspect of this game (great characters, storyline, voice acting, music, graphics, and value) I urge more people to go back to this level of game making. Stop releasing mindless copycat crap that is filling up the pages of the App Store and instead put some TLC into game making and release something you can be proud of! I am all about playing games that are completely immersive and transport you into the games world you can go explore and challenge yourself in the process. I like using my brain! This is one of the best point and click adventures I have played to this date! I am so happy I finally decided to purchase this game and I recommend this to anyone who has never experienced it before. At the price of $5 it is well worth the value and then some. This is above the quality of about 98% of games sold in the App Store so you really can't lose if you buy this. Enjoy!!!! 😁‼️❕‼️
I won't review the actual game here, since there are countless reviews of it on the web. I would simply like to correct the misinformation of the user who claims they wrote a review that was 'not by someone paid' to write it. All the things he complains about he couldn't find are actually available from the settings in the game where it sends you to a site where it gives you all the tap controls, including the extra dialogue flipping that he couldn't find at first (which should have been obvious anyway, at least to anyone with the IQ of a goat). His complaint about having to click everything instead of mousing over is also wrong. In fact, unlike the PC version, it's now easier. You simply have to tap and hold then move the finger across the entire screen while holding it on the screen.
This will show you all the areas where you can interact with and you will know what you need to look at without having to click individually on things around the screen.
This is without doubt one of the best adventure games ever made so at this price it's a bargain. Get it and enjoy it.
And now a review from someone not paid to write one
This game has some serious UI issues. For one, in the original game you could mouse over objects to see if they were interactive. This translates poorly to the touchscreen interface. The only way to know which objects you can interact with is to touch every object on the screen. This gets old quickly. After 2 chapters my fingertips were aching. Also, you are not told that you have to swipe left on dialogues to see more dialogue options. I thought the game had a bug that was trapping me in dialogue sequences. It took about an hour to figure out how to display the next set of dialogues so I could get past the temple scene. You are also not told how to combine inventory items. I had to figure that out too and it took a long time because getting an item to drop onto another one requires extremely precise placement. And oh my god why do the characters deliver dialogue so... Slowly..?and that is not even getting into the incredibly flat plot and stereotypes throughput. You can tell this game comes from the 90's because there is a lot of stereotypical banter that is not acceptable today. Most of the "adventure" in this game comes from figuring out the user interface.