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Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf Hits Google Play, an Epic Turn-Based 3D Fighter

Lone Wolf

A new game called Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf hit Google Play this morning, one that looks extremely epic and awesome. The game is based around a single character, the last remaining warrior of the Kai Lords, who were massacred by evil orc forces. You must use your powers and own choices to take the game where you want it to go, as there is no set course for this warrior. Decisions you make will change the game’s outcome, so the ability to replay the game after you have beaten it is quite large. 

As you go through the story, you can make your own choices. The same goes for when you are in battle. Each move is turn-based, so again, however you decide to play will determine the outcome. It’s an interesting concept, especially when compared to other games where your destiny is basically predetermined.

This title is chapter 1 in a 4 chapter series. Season passes are available for $9.99, but the single game will run you $4.99. For these graphics and a good story wrapped in one, you might want to check it out.

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  • VoiceofSky

    How long is the game for $4.99?

  • BarkLeesDad

    Whoa..! This brings back some choose-your-own-adventure memories!

  • flosserelli

    No demo? I am hesitant to drop $5 on a game that might not be my style.

    • HarvesterX

      That’s why there are thousands of free no I’m games with timers and crippled for free to play use, because nobody wants to pay for the games but are happy to dish out far more then the game’s worth later on. $5 and $10 is nothing for a good game. When I was younger and playing console games I didn’t have free demos of the game to look at the game first. We had to look at the back of boxes.. Pop .. No seriously I see where you’re going. They could have offered up like one level for a free version to see if you like it first like all the PC demos I have stacked I’m the corner ready to throw away that I’ve collected since the year 1999 or so.

  • NYAvsFan

    I loved these books as a kid! So awesome that there is a game based on it now!

  • Arnol Lopez

    I played this when I was a kid, great YA book series.

  • Sean Stone

    Is the season pass an IAP?