Imaginary Range 2 now available on Android

Posted by Dan Mousavi On March - 30 - 2012

Nearly a year ago Square Enix released Imaginary Range for Android. It’s not just a game, it’s a manga with a beautiful soundtrack and minigames.
I wrote a review about the first part, so check that out if you want to know more.
Just like the first part, part 2 is also available for free, but it has ads now. Let’s just hope it gets popular enough this way so it finances itself. I really enjoy these “interactive mangas” and hope that we’ll get to see more in the future.

The new mini games are Chocobo Chaser and Sphere Bounce. Omega Blast, the popular game from Chapter 1, has been powered up and remade into Omega Burst.

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Imaginary Range

Posted by Dan Mousavi On June - 15 - 2011

Square Enix just released a new kind of manga/game hybrid in the Android market and after playing the first episode, I’m absolutely hooked on the concept.
The story starts in a variation of Paris, you follow a guy named Cid and his partner Ciela, who have a device called PAD that let’s them imagine stuff and create it out of thin air. They fight monsters that someone else imagined up and travel through different worlds. In the first part, they fight a huge monster at the Eiffel Tower and meet another group of people, that can also imagine up stuff. The whole story feels like the first chapter in a Manga series and will hopefully make more sense further down the road, but the first chapter is more focused in showing you the concept instead of developing a solid background story.

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