Device 6 for iPhone/iPad Reviews

Device 6 is the app for iphone, ipad and ipot touch, blong in puzzles games. Device 6 is easy to play, for peple over 12 age. Device 6 plays with the conventions of games and literature, entwines story with geography and blends puzzle and novella, to draw players into an intriguing mystery of technology and neuroscience.

You need to know that Device 6 is an interactive short story that features puzzles and riddles. Players follow the heroine, Anna, who wakes up in what appears to be an unfamiliar and abandoned castle, with only faint memories of a creepy doll. As players navigate the text and interactive features of the story by scrolling left, right, up, and down -- which often requires rotating the device -- they must keep track of clues and solve puzzles to unlock new chapters. The story and atmosphere are horror-themed, but violence is limited to a gunshot. There's also some mild language such as "damn" and "sh-t" and some references to drinking and smoking cigarettes but no visuals. At the time of review, no privacy policy is available.

Device 6 for iPhone/iPad Reviews

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The interactivity and unique format make reading this short-story puzzler incredibly satisfying. 


There isn't much educational content here except for textual exploration and reading comprehension. Solving the puzzles requires some deduction. 


There's no in-game support, but plenty of online walkthroughs are available, along with various fan interpretations of the story.

The way players navigate the story makes this game well worth playing. It successfully combines the act of reading with navigation, and the text becomes a literal map of the castle. The mystery is intriguing, and, while creepy, it's not so horrifying that tweens won't be able to handle it. The puzzles are challenging but fair, and there are plenty of written and video walkthroughs available online, with and without spoilers. Because there's a lot of scrolling and retracing steps to get clues, some kids who don't love puzzle games may get frustrated. While it's ideal for kids who love to read, its unique format might entice some more reluctant readers as well. Though the navigation won't appeal to everyone, it definitely is a fresh experience that sets itself apart from other puzzle games. 

Device 6 Requires for iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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