ExpiréSol Invictus gratuit sur iOS (au lieu de 3.99€) @ Apple
Posté le 17/03/2016 à 11h53 Modifié le 17/03/2016 à 11h54
Sol Invictus is the sequel to the PG-Silver-Award-winner gamebook "Heavy Metal Thunder" from acclaimed science fiction writer Kyle B. Stiff.
In Sol Invictus, you and your teammates fight the first battles in outer space that will either save humanity from invading aliens or seal their fate for all time. YOU control the story as the grand saga of Cromulus and his war continues.
A POWERFUL STORY THAT YOU CONTROL
For three years the soldiers of the Black Lance Legion have watched as the Invaders turned their solar system into a hellish, desolate wasteland. Humanity’s most advanced fighting force lurked in the shadows, doing little while their species was forced to choose between eternal enslavement… or extinction.
The wait ends when Admiral Franks, the legendary Storm Lord at the head of the Legion, announces a system-wide uprising against humanity’s oppressors. Cromulus and his team of human fanatics find themselves on the front lines, doing whatever it takes to crush the will of the Invaders.
In SOL INVICTUS, Cromulus finds out that not all humans are willing to take the kinds of risks that he takes. And while he has less than zero tolerance for pacifism, what the Legion does with its softer recruits may be too much even for him…
The second part of Kyle B. Stiff’s legendary adventure gamebook series has been brought to life as never before in this official SOL INVICTUS game. Get ready for the ride of your life as you become the hero of your very own story.
* A new evolution in the choose-your-own-adventure gamebook genre
* A powerful, yet accessible sci-fi plot, packed with diverse characters
* Rich, branching narrative that offers huge replay value
* Brand new artwork from renowned illustrator Marc Gonzalez
* Full soundtrack with sound effects and a vibrant atmosphere
* The continuation of an epic series
Get ready to bring on the thunder!
** WARNING **
Undesired performance may occur on iPad1 (or early iPod generations) due to memory issues