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App description: YOURE THE ONLY HOPE FOR MANKINDS FUTURE AND PAST.

This is where it all started! The first Infinity Project game released December 2009! Sure it's an older game, but it's fun and full of soul!

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This is one of the best, most complete action games I've played on the iDevice, and by far my favorite FPS on the platform. Squarezero, Touch Arcade Forums member

One of the best FPS to grace the iPhone and iPod Touch 5/5 Stars; The Touch of Gaming Podcast

This Adventure / Action FPS, is a different kind of FPS for the iPhone. This exploration / adventure game with a FPS look & feel has tons of content with hours & hours of play time. Immerse yourself in The Infinity Project.

The year is 2248, Earth is at war with the Talons, an extremely aggressive and unknown race that attacked Earth without provocation. As Commander Ethan Avery, youre sent to Infinity Station, a research and development facility located in deep space currently developing controversial technologies. Earth has lost contact with the Top Secret station and sends you to investigate. Explore the station to find keys that unlock the next area of the station. Unlock the mystery behind The Infinity Project.

Once you are on-board, strange things start to happen, and you realize, this is no normal space station and this is no normal rescue mission. You are about to start an adventure you will never forget.

With stunning 3D graphics and sound, The Infinity Project features a wide-open world to explore. Enter every room you can, you never know what you may find.

Features:

- Search everything (access computers, search bodies and desks)
- Stunning 3D world to explore
- Intense First Person Action
- Multiple Weapons
- Multiple types of enemies
- 3 Different difficulty settings
- Player Movement Sensitivity Adjustment
- Listen to your favorite music while enjoying all the action
- Dynamic Lighting
- Custom Fire Button Position: move the fire button anywhere you like.
- Auto-Aim

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Calouroj's comments:
We are please to announce The Infinity Project v2.0 Update

The Infinity Project



Here is a short list of updates:

1) Upgraded graphics and game environment.

2) New weapons

3) New weapon animations to include equip, reload, and walk.

4) Auto-Aim (can be turned off from the in-game pause menu)

5) In-game Auto Screen Orientation, just rotate your device 180 and the game will automatically flip the screen to adjust.

6) New special effects

7) New looking and smarter enemies (improved Enemy AI)

They now reload, throw grenades and chase you out of rooms.

8) Changed atmosphere of the game to make it much more suspenseful.

9) More interaction with the environment

Search all dead bodies, computer terminals, and desks for ammo, log books, and pass codes.

Much of the story is now revealed by way of log books accessed from computer terminals.

10) Customized fire button position. Ability to drag the fire button to any position on the screen (accessed from the main menu).

11) Revamped some of the levels to better fit the game.

12) Updated the Icon.

13) Blood (can be turned off from the Main Manu).

14) Updated Sound Effects.

15) You can now choose your suit (armor) color. When your suit gets damaged, look around the station for a new one.

Oh yeah.... And Space Zombies....



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12-15-2009, 07:28 AM
#2
Joined: Jul 2009
Location: At that place... with those... people...
Posts: 1,197
Looks good! The particle effects are stunning!

OMG. Double Rainbow!
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12-15-2009, 08:47 AM
#3
This looks interesting, and looks well worth the $1.99. It's too bad that pretty soon it will probably be overshadowed by NOVA.

Oh, and how many levels are there in this game? Does anyone have a rough estimate of play time?
12-15-2009, 08:52 AM
#4
Joined: Dec 2008
Location: Salem, Massachusetts, USA
Posts: 10,925
TOFTTed it. Will have impressions soon.
12-15-2009, 09:14 AM
#5
It looks nice. However is there multiplayer mode for this game?
12-15-2009, 09:25 AM
#6
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Originally Posted by BigFinger View Post
It looks nice. However is there multiplayer mode for this game?
This is our first game, and we are still learning

We are looking into adding multiplayer as an update.
12-15-2009, 09:34 AM
#7
This looks great! We need more devs to experiment with FPS on the iDevice. Will be buying it.

EDIT: I can't find this game in the Indian AppStore

Currently Playing: N.O.V.A, Skater Nation, 33rd Division, 7 Cities, Karnival.
Looking Forward to: GTA: Chinatown Wars, Ravensword (update), 1112 ep 02 and yeah the hangover on 1st
12-15-2009, 09:36 AM
#8
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Originally Posted by Karnith View Post
This looks interesting, and looks well worth the $1.99. It's too bad that pretty soon it will probably be overshadowed by NOVA.

Oh, and how many levels are there in this game? Does anyone have a rough estimate of play time?
There are 5 levels that incorporate 27 scenes. All of our Beta testers say the game is quite long. There is a lot of exploration and hunting for keys and killing bad guys. I can't place an exact number of hours, but it is quite long.
12-15-2009, 09:37 AM
#9
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Originally Posted by Slayer_megadeth View Post
This looks great! We need more devs to experiment with FPS on the iDevice. Will be buying it.

EDIT: I can't find this game in the Indian AppStore
Try a search for 'The Infinity Project"

Do you know what the main link is to the Indian Store? If you right click on any app icon in the store can copy the link, I can try to see what the issue is.

Thanks,
12-15-2009, 09:38 AM
#10
Joined: Dec 2008
Location: Salem, Massachusetts, USA
Posts: 10,925
No multiplayer. Otherwise this is a pretty ambitious title. Graphics are quite decent (nice use of textures, good view distance), and it runs smoothly on my 3Gs -- a few hiccups here and there, but nothing major. Enemies are well animated, though there are glitches with doors, which will close on top of enemies without causing them harm. There's even a bit of voice acting, as well as a helpful captain (the woman from the icon) who gives you instructions as you go forward.

The game open with a space battle cut scene and puts you right into the space station to "investigate" (read "shoot anything that moves"). So far I've made it only to the first checkpoint, but gameplay seems fairly basic -- walk around (and I mean "walk" -- more on that in a moment) shoot at masked enemies that materialize around you, move on. Soon enough you find a lock door, which leads to the inevitable access card hunt. Nothing that we haven't seen before in other platforms, but overall well implemented.

The main issue, as usual, are the controls. The developers have wisely chosen to implement a MC:S style set up (joystick to move, swipe to aim) and for the most part it works well. There are two fairly serious problems, though:

* Movement speed is slow. You're basically taking a pleasant stroll around the space station, with little sense of urgency even when you have two or three Half-Life 2 type enemies shooting at you. The game seriously needs a running mechanism.

* The fire button is fixed. One of the great innovations of MC:S was the use of a tap-anywhere fire mechanic, which allowed you to aim and shoot at the same time. Here you have to press and hold an actual fire button, which basically freezes your aim. Eventually you learn to place the reticule around mid-height and just move to aim, but that kind of defeats the whole idea of a swipe-to-view.

Neither of these issue are enough to keep me from playing further, but they might be deal-breakers for some people. Overall, though, it's another pretty decent post-MC:S first person shooter.