Press Release: Reversion: The Escape Coming to iOS October 11

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

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Reversion: The Escape

Independent Argentine developer 3f Interactivo will release an iOS port of its Windows PC point-and-click science-fiction adventure Reversion: The Escape October 11, 2012. Players will assume the role of Cristian, an amnesiac who awakens in a subjugated Buenos Aires in the year 2035. 3f promises “a mature story with charismatic characters.” The iOS version will support six languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Chinese. Unlike the freeware Windows version, the iOS version will cost US$2.99 / €2.39.

The Escape is the first chapter of Reversion and 3f’s first game. The second and third chapters will be entitled The Meeting and The Return. 3f narrowly secured funding for The Meeting August 2012 through crowdfunding services Indiegogo and Ideame, and development is underway. The 3f staff claim they have “enough plot to produce at least 6 chapters, and based on the amount gathered [through Indiegogo and Ideame], we will develop as many chapters as we can.”

To learn more, visit the Reversion website and Indie DB page or watch the teaser trailer and Windows gameplay video (contains minor spoilers) below:


It’s time for Reversion!

Paris – October, 8 – 2012

You wake up in a hospital with no memories… You are in Buenos Aires in year 2035 and the city is under the control of a military organization. Suddenly, you realize that your life is in danger and that you need to escape as fast as possible. What would you do faced with such a situation?

Find out in Reversion – The Escape, the first chapter of a graphic science-fiction adventure in point’n’click developed by indie studio 3f interactivo. Inspired by classics of the genre from Lucas Arts, Sierra or yet Pendulo Studios, 3F Soluciones thought its game for the fans of old school adventure games.

Reversion – The Escape propels you to a desolate future, robbed of your memories and looking desperately for a clue to understanding your predicament.

Play as Cristian and find his way back to his memories, through numerous puzzles and dialogues with intriguing characters.
Team up with Laura, a mysterious girl also held in the hospital, and escape from this hell. Along your way out, discover who you are and what happened before you woke up 30 years later to maybe change the future…

Plunge yourself in this fascinating adventure and reverse the disastrous events that led the city to ruins.

Take your chance to change the history; it’s time for Reversion.

Available on the App Store on October 11
Price: $2.99 / 2,39€

–  An incredible atmosphere with a perfectly suited soundtrack
–  Original cartoon graphics
–  A mature story with charismatic characters: meet with Laura, the
militaries and three other characters
–  Challenging enigmas that’ll held you for about 4hours.
–  Free Hints
–  6 available languages (Chinese, English, French, German, Italian,
–  Specific interface for each device (even the new iPhone 5)
–  Specially designed to be played by all ages

About Oscar Tong

Oscar joined oprainfall late September 2012 in response to a recruitment drive. He quickly discovered his job was much harder than he had anticipated. Despite the constant challenge, he has come to enjoy his responsibilities.

When he is not scrambling to meet a deadline, Oscar enjoys story-driven games with a strong narrative. He is especially fond of computer adventure games, role-playing games, and visual novels. He hopes the world will one day awaken to the power of video games as a storytelling medium.