December 23, 2011 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Maura, Norway - In the soon to be released iphone game, aPilotsQuest, Appsonite brings new use of the voice input functionality of the iphone by letting the user record his own voice and sounds in order to give tailor made user generated sound effects to the game.
aPilotsQuest is a flight game that will be released in Christmas 2011. The games' first release will feature twelve missions set to the beautiful countryside over France. Starting out in a WWI double decker, the player will be able to collect coins from shooting down airplanes and other enemy characters appearing on the journey. The coins can then be used to upgrade the airplane and get new weapons.
The special feature of the game, VOICE IN, lets the user create some of the sounds that are used in the game. Some of these sounds include the sound of a machine gun shooting, the sound of the bombs exploding, and the sound of the pilot's voice.
"Being able to create sounds and hear my own voice in the game when playing, was really cool", says twelve year old test player Marcel.
Appsonite is the new trademark used by Protrade Robin Gronvold, a company registered in Norway, which create and market mobile applications. Appsonite has also released the Job Interview Video Tutorial App, aVirtualInterview.
Appsonite is the new trademark used by Protrade Robin Gronvold, a company registered in Norway, which create and market mobile applications. Appsonite has also released the Job Interview Video Tutorial App, aVirtualInterview. Copyright (C) 2011 Appsonite. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.