App description: A unique and traditional Monster Taming, Battling, Breeding and Hunting Role Playing Game. Inspired by old school Monster Battling Role Playing Games games like Pokemon, Dragon Warrior Monsters and Revelation Demon Slayer.

GeoSociety Highlights:
A Complete Storyline and World to Explore.
Over 350 Monsters to Tame, Battle and Trade.
A Unique 3 vs. 3 Time-Based Battle System.
Monster Party of 9.
4 Unique Mission Modes including Zombie Mode.

Storyline Introduction: Today is your first day working for GeoSociety, You're not really the prime candidate one would expect for the position - considering you dropped out of college and aren't qualified. The GeoSociety is the organisation charged with the research and preservation of the GeoRealm and GeoMonsters. Your colleagues at GeoSociety make it known just how they feel about your new position, but after seeing some familiar faces your ready to start on your first mission.

Monster Development:
Every Time your Monster Knocks Out another Monster in Battle it will gain some Experience.
With enough experience a monster will grow levels which provides you with stat points to allocate to Attack, Defence, Speed or Intelligence.
Some monsters will even Mutate automatically when they reach a certain level.

What Reviews are Saying:
"One of the best games on the app store right now. 9/10 Deep featured game play with new features on their way. Definitely a contender for best game of the month." - Mctron proudly presents The Nerd Variety Blog.

"If you ever played Pokemon on any Nintendo handheld, you should feel right at home with GeoSociety. The recently released iPhone game offers its own take on monster-breeding gameplay." - www.cells2.com

Vovin's comments:



Isn't that something our Pokemon fans are eagerly waiting for?
06-17-2011, 06:58 AM
#11
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Pokke Village, Indonesia
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Originally Posted by Arashi541 View Post
This looks awesome!! I think i might take the plunge on this one. I really dont care that much about the controls as long as they work well. Looks like a lot of work was put into it.
thanks!!!
any impression'll be very appreciated.. ^^

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06-17-2011, 07:01 AM
#12
In the mean time while looking through the devs journals there is another game called GeoMonsters which is free. Its not a top down rpg though. Apparently you can trade these guys over wifi to anyone in Geo society.
BOUGHT!!

Last edited by Arashi541; 06-17-2011 at 07:18 AM.

06-17-2011, 08:28 AM
#13
Game Impressions

The scrolling is jerky, the on-screen buttons are unresponsive, and whoever wrote the text does not know the difference between "your" and "you're." Nor between "affect" and "effect."

Still interested?

Ok, well, the game indeed appears to play a lot like Pokemon. I can't say much about how much depth or variety there is after a half hour or so of play, but it hints at a decent amount.

The combat system is interesting, though again it's hard to judge it in terms of depth given how much I've played so far. In fact, I couldn't figure out how to change from one monster to another once I had two in my party. Basically though, it appears to be a mix of turn based and real time, but the latter only in the sense that there is a progress bar that needs to fill up after a monster attacks, the speed of which varies depending (I think) on level. At least in part. This means one monster can attack another multiple times in the space of one round. There's also an upgradable "speed" stat which I would hope contributes to this aspect. Visually combat plays out much the same as it does in Pokemon, though there are no visual attacks or animations.

If you really, REALLY want a Pokemon-like game on the iOS and think you'd be willing to forgive a fair number of issues for it, this may be worth your while. The bare bones at least are certainly here, and appear to be fairly solid. It's definitely not an unscrupulous cash-in and certainly not unplayable by any means. My guess is what you'll get out of it will depend on the level of expectations you approach it with, combined with how much of a fan you are of its "inspiration."
06-17-2011, 08:30 AM
#14
thank you for the impressions Gabrien! =o)


I might end up getting this for my nephew, he's been looking for a game like Pokemon for the iOS since he got his iPod... =o/

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06-17-2011, 08:40 AM
#15
Okay after playing nonstop for at least an hour I can succesfully say that this is a decent game. First the character movement is really slow and the controls are decent if you slide your finger over them. There are tons of creatures to collect and the battle is fun. In fact the best part of the game is the combat and catching creatures. This is not a open world game. You go to the HQ and get a mission on which you catch and defeat these creatures. I have not bred a pokemon yet but I imagine that in the future I can. The creatures are interesting and look very well made. Theres seems to be alot of content with over 300 geomon and you are encouraged to catch them all. If you are a fan of pokemon you will probably like this.
06-17-2011, 08:49 AM
#16
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Pokke Village, Indonesia
Posts: 1,159
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Originally Posted by Arashi541 View Post
Okay after playing nonstop for at least an hour I can succesfully say that this is a decent game. First the character movement is really slow and the controls are decent if you slide your finger over them. There are tons of creatures to collect and the battle is fun. In fact the best part of the game is the combat and catching creatures. This is not a open world game. You go to the HQ and get a mission on which you catch and defeat these creatures. I have not bred a pokemon yet but I imagine that in the future I can. The creatures are interesting and look very well made. Theres seems to be alot of content with over 300 geomon and you are encouraged to catch them all. If you are a fan of pokemon you will probably like this.
not an open world??
is this plays like monster hunter quest system?

thanks for the impressions tough

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06-17-2011, 08:55 AM
#17
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Originally Posted by chaos_envoys View Post
not an open world??
is this plays like monster hunter quest system?

thanks for the impressions tough
Well your against some sort of rival team thats trying to make a army of the geomon and there are various missions and the like. There are random encounters and geomon trainers in those missions where you fight them. No its not like the monster hunter quest system.
06-17-2011, 09:53 AM
#18
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Pokke Village, Indonesia
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Originally Posted by Arashi541 View Post
Well your against some sort of rival team thats trying to make a army of the geomon and there are various missions and the like. There are random encounters and geomon trainers in those missions where you fight them. No its not like the monster hunter quest system.
is the mission repeatable?

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06-17-2011, 10:32 AM
#19
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Originally Posted by chaos_envoys View Post
is the mission repeatable?
Yeah they are!
06-17-2011, 10:44 AM
#20
Just invited the developer to join the forum and I have asked him to fix the speed and the contols!

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