Unearthed: Trail of Ibn Battuta - Episode 1 Gold Edition
By Semaphore Studios
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هذه النسخة من لعبة الركاز تحتوي على جميع اللغات بما فيها اللغة العربية.
Unearthed is an episodic third person Action Adventure game set in modern day Middle East. The game is available in Arabic and English voice over and features 21 Languages for Menus and Subtitles.
When fortune hunter Faris Jawad and his sister Dania receive a call to visit Morocco they embark on an exotic adventure throughout the middle east on the trail of the famous Muslim explorer Ibn Battuta. The trail won't be clear however as Faris and Dania will have to overcome an unholy alliance of a militia army leader, a weapons dealer and a wealthy antiquities smuggler who are after the same goal.
• Travel across the Middle East from the wild life of Moroccan Atlas mountains to the alleys of old Damascus through the port of Alexandria and the metropolitan city of Dubai.
• Unique mix of platforming, melee fighting, shooting and stealth gameplay.
• Presented in a TV style episodic format along with recaps of previous episodes and teaser cliff hangers of what lies ahead.
• Unlockable Survival Mode: Battle against endless waves of enemies (Mummies, Zombies, Ghouls) across varied maps.
• Unlockable Extras: Concept Art, Renders, Animatics, Cutscenes, Character Gallery, Treasures
• Available in 21 languages for menus\subtitles. Voice-over in Arabic and English
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What's New in Version 1.3
- Selecting from the list of resolutions won't cause the resolution to be applied every time, instead it will only be applied when you get back from the graphics screen.
- The mouse cursor will now be hidden if you are using the XBox 360 controller (at any point during the game or in the menus, if you move the mouse the game will assume you want to use keyboard and mouse, and if you use the right analog stick of the controller the game will know you want to use the controller. This can happen during the levels as well)
- The lowest quality setting now has shadows enabled, this will fix the issue where the dark corridor in Ahmose temple wasn't dark as it should be.
- Added a Sprint functionality! You can now hold "Shift" on the keyboard or "LB" on the Xbox 360 controller while running and Faris will sprint forward.
- You can now fall in the game. No more invisible walls. The logic that will be followed is that if the fall is to short to kill you (and you can't climb up) then you will just get fade to black.
- You now have to balance on Logs. You can no longer cross them easily.
- In Hand to Hand fighting, all punches and kicks have been sped up and the controls are very responsive now. You will get immediate feedback to your button presses without any lag.
- When getting hit, the screen colors will gradually change to black and white, colors will be back as your health regenerates.
- Removed the circular movement when going left or right.
- Removed the vertical Camera lock when going left or right.
- Fixed Faris Neck during crouch idle and crouch walk.
- Fixed an issue in the credits where the video is stuttering. Also fixed a spelling mistake in "Environment Art".
- Removed unaimed firing (and strafing). Now if you want to shoot you need to enter aiming mode first. This is done in recent games like the Tomb Raider reboot and The Last of Us.
- While aiming, you can press "Alt" on the keyboard or "R3" on the controller to switch the camera side.
- All enemy sounds and gun sounds are now in real 3D space. This means you will actually be able to tell where the shots are coming from as both distance and direction are taken into account.
- Weapon recoil will now work so that guns will go up with continuous firing only (previously they would go up even when a single shot is fired). This means that the behavior is now much more realistic and in-line with what other games offer.
- Number of bullets shown now on the HUD will be the "total" number of bullets you have for this weapon type. On its left is a bar that shows the amount of ammo in the current clip.
- When you do a reload, you will fill up the current clip with ammo (previously the current clip will be thrown away and a new clip will be used, which was realistic but not in line with what happens in games)
- In survival mode, when you drop a weapon and then find the same weapon type somewhere else, you won't see the old weapons ammo amount in it.
- Fixed the return back from aiming animation of the enemy in the very first cutscene.
- Added the dead body of the first melee fight enemy (after you finish the fight).
- Fixed a bug where during the hand-to-hand combat tutorial, the camera jams hard to the left if you're zoomed into your gun before the tutorial begins.
- Removed the tripping while injured action as well as the camera dizzy effects.
- Doubled the walking speed for Faris, Dania and Rasheed in these segments so the walk is more firm and realistic now.
- Added realistic resistance to the car. This means that the car won't feel like its sliding on ice anymore. It also means that making Corner turns is much easier and realistic now.
- You won't be stuck between the electricity pillars and the concrete anymore.
Fantastic Treasure Hunting Episodic Adventure!
I can’t believe there aren’t any reviews of this yet. It came out in 2013 with Mac and iOS versions. As it’s a game originally made in Arabic I’m guessing the Middle Eastern stores are teeming with activity about it. It’s presented as 'Episode 1' with more episodes to follow. It features stylish hand drawn art, a beautiful original sound track, high quality voicing, delightful characters, and gameplay reminiscent of the old Tomb Raider games. I couldn’t put it down and played all the way through to the end in one session. It’s short, sweet, and follows the intriguing story of the famous Muslim explorer Ibn Battuta. You’ll get to parkour around the ruins of old Damascus and ride through the surrounding deserts. You’ll travel to Morocco near the Atlas mountains and drive the streets of Tangier as the plot thickens. The third person camera mixed in with clever platforming mechanics delivers a genuinely fun overseas escapade. Completing the story mode unlocks survival mode where you can fight against armies of zombies in any of the game levels. I’m looking forward to the rest of the episodes. This is an impressive game at a terrific price. Great work Semaphore!
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jan 31, 2014
- Version: 1.3
- Size: 4.41 GB
- Language: English
- Seller: Semaphore Est
- UNEARTHED: TRAIL OF IBN BATTUTA software © 2013 Semanoor International. Developed by Semaphore Est. All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners.
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later