FDG Entertainment is hard at work to finish the eagerly awaited iPhone/iPod touch Action RPG “Across Age”. The game is a co-production with Japanese developer EXE-Create and is the first Japan originated Action-RPG to be released on the Apple App Store. An early preview video of the game has drawn comparisons to the famous “Zelda”* series. This comes as no surprise: “Across Age” is the first Action RPG to include real environmental puzzles.
Today, we are happy to present a new video trailer and screenshots, showing parts of the opening cut scene of the game.
With over 15 hours of playtime, HD (iPhone/iPod optimized) graphics, exciting story, cut scenes, sweeping soundtrack/SFX and tons of diversified locations, monsters and riddles; Across Age is going to be a true console like experience.
The player steps into the role of 2 switchable characters: swordsman Ales and magician Ceska, each with own fighting and special skills that are needed to solve tricky puzzles and successfully battle fierce monsters. This cooperative element is one of the key features of the game. Another key feature is the possibility to travel through time and revisit places, enabling exciting events and riddles.
Across Age Trailer #2 [Youtube]:
About FDG Entertainment:
FDG Entertainment is a leading developer and publisher of highly creative download games for major platforms including the iPhone and casual game consoles and rated as #34 TOP Developer / Publisher for iPhone at Pocketgamer.biz. The company has been founded back in 2001 and is located in Munich, Germany. FDG Entertainment produced more than 40 critically acclaimed games. The most recent success is Parachute Panic for the iPhone, having reached more than 4 million downloads.
Exe Create is one of the top notch developer and publisher of popular download games for PC, mobile and consoles. The company is established in 1995 and is located in Osaka, Japan. The company is well known as a developer for its original RPGs. Its product lineup has more than 40 games. RPG of the history thing of Japan is being developed by the series now.
*The Legend of Zelda is a registered trademark of Nintendo of America