Agharta Studio has recently released a free "lite" version of their iPhone interactive adventure 1112 Episode 01. 1112 Episode 01 Lite [App Store] allows users to play an early portion of the full first episode of 1112 to get a feel for antique-peddler Louis Everett's world before making the $7.99 leap for the paid app.

Take a journey to explore this intriguing mystery and discover the reasons behind his constant headaches and strange dreams. Meet a bunch of colorful characters, dive into bizarre situations until an unpredictable event occurs and turns everything upside down!

See the developer's trailer / demo video for the paid version.

App Store Link: 1112 Episode 01 Lite, Free

  • http://www.cyborgirl.com Cy

    This is probably a good move. While I loved 1112 (occasional typos aside), Episode 1 seemed almost like a primer on how to move around, interact with people, and use items... not great for the $7.99 price tag. If they keep up their stated plan to release new chapters for half the price this Lite version will hopefully get more people interested.

  • http://www.cyborgirl.com Cy

    This is probably a good move. While I loved 1112 (occasional typos aside), Episode 1 seemed almost like a primer on how to move around, interact with people, and use items... not great for the $7.99 price tag. If they keep up their stated plan to release new chapters for half the price this Lite version will hopefully get more people interested.

  • NotYou

    I downloaded this right away. I've been curious about this game since it came out, but still have no clue about the gameplay.

    This should help out his sales a lot too.

  • NotYou

    I downloaded this right away. I've been curious about this game since it came out, but still have no clue about the gameplay.

    This should help out his sales a lot too.

  • TSP

    Tried it and it seems a bit boring to me, does it ever let up from touching everything? Am used to games with some sort of logical puzzles in the midst of exploring. Otherwise it looks and sounds nice.

  • TSP

    Tried it and it seems a bit boring to me, does it ever let up from touching everything? Am used to games with some sort of logical puzzles in the midst of exploring. Otherwise it looks and sounds nice.

  • Pingback: Posts about Apple Hardware as of January 20, 2009 | The Lessnau Lounge

  • http://www.bhalpin.com Brian

    TSP: It allows you to touch everything, get some stupid random string of text as a reply, but allows you to interact with nothing.

    There are no intelligent puzzles of logic to be found here.

  • http://www.bhalpin.com Brian

    TSP: It allows you to touch everything, get some stupid random string of text as a reply, but allows you to interact with nothing.

    There are no intelligent puzzles of logic to be found here.