XON is a puzzle adventure game inspired by games like Myst and Riven.
Explore a unique world and reveal its mysteries...
Ratings and Reviews
Very short, not very interesting
There are some truly great games like this out there, so I have to consider that when rating this just 2 stars. This is essentially just one puzzle. The puzzle is not as challenging as the controls, it's essentially like you are a rat in a maze and performing one rote action after another. Very limited interaction with the environment. There is a rope hanging from a wall that is really out of place in this stark environment - you can't climb it or anything. I mention it because there are so few items in the environment that it is odd to have this random rope. Maybe it is part of the next installment? Annoying part: It is possible to get into the pen by falling off a ledge, but once in you cannot get out unless you have previously opened the door from the outside, so you must start a new game in order to continue. The game took me 10 minutes after I restarted. This would be a fine part of a larger game, but it does need more interest and more interactive potential.I thank all game designers in this type of game. I appreciate the effort.
Short but promising
I loved this game. The scenery was beautiful and the puzzle was somewhat challenging while not being ridiculously recondite. My only nearly negative comment isn't really negative. It's just to recognize that, with only one puzzle to solve, the game was very short. The reason this isn't really a complaint is that it was free. I think it is being given away as a sample of what the series has to offer: what the developers are capable of, like a hint at good things to come. I think I'll buy the second episode (it's listed now for only $1.99). If that proves to be equally brief (the first took me about 30-minutes to solve), then I might have to reconsider my praises. But I've seen enough here to make it seem worthwhile to invest further.
The Perfect Game❗️🏆
I write reviews for only a handful of games I play on my iPhone and XON Episode One is the absolute perfect video game for the following reasons:
* Sharp Visual Graphics
* Realistic Sounds
* Absolute Perfect Controls
* Fluid Animations
* No in-app Purchases
* Absolutely Free of Charge
* No Ads
With an Apple TV, you can use the AirPlay mode to beam the game over and playing on the big screen with a sound system, the incredible sounds are so realistic, I honestly feel as if I am there!
I also love the fact that this game is short because this gives me more opportunities to play when I have limited time.
I honestly believe that the reason it's free of charge is to advertise for their premium games (which are similar and even more challenging than this one).
If you are reading this review trying to decide; then fear not; this game is worth your valuable time.
Think of it; an iPhone with an Apple TV turns your device into an Apple Switch❗️🎮
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.