The best choice of game in my opinion.

iOS & iPadOS Gaming

It is called choice of rebels, uprising. It’s a good game. It cost seven dollars but it is worth it.
It is very well written, your choices really do matter, and it has good world building. There’s even an index to the game world and background information in case you want it. The game is not an app. It is in the choice of games library app.



Submitted by DMNagel on Friday, June 7, 2019

It really is an excellent game. I'm still playing it today and i got it ever-since it came out. Part 2 will be a blast.

Submitted by Michael Feir on Friday, June 7, 2019

The best game curently available when talking depth of play, complexity, quality and replay value is Six Ages. The developer has gone well out of his way to make the game not only accessible but enjoyable. His first game, King of Dragon Pass, was also very accessible but featured a map which caused blind people a lot of frustration. In Six Ages, there's an exploration system wich is far easier to cope with for blind people but doesn't take away from the decisions made about exploration. This makes a tremendous difference. For VoiceOver users, the hints system is used to good effect as it delivers critical information in a very handy way. There are also scene descriptions fond after the regular choices and game text which are there just for VoiceOver users to enjoy more of what's shown in the game's hand-drawn artwork. I don't think I've ever felt so deeply included as I have with Six Ages. It's worth every penny provided you're up for a thinking person's game. There's a learning curve and story elements really matter. You could play the game for years and not discover everything. Even if you did find every possible scene, the circumstances would be so different next time you encountered them that the game would still have plenty of replay value.

Submitted by DMNagel on Friday, June 7, 2019

I believe this topic was aimed specifically at the choice of games library. I also like the hero of kendrickstone and the cryptkeepers of hallowford.