When a curious journalist gets wrapped up in intrigue and conspiracy related to ancient secret societies, adventure is bound to happen. In Angels of Deception: Part I, you play the part of just such a journalist in London. Blake Turner has been assigned to investigate the break-in of a museum, and finds himself entangled in the sinister plot of the centuries-old Phantom Brotherhood to seize control over all humankind.
A gripping narrative that plays out like a graphic novel
Angels of Deception: Part I is inspired by some of the greatest point-and-click adventure games from the 1990s. It’s played out in the form of an interactive graphic novel, with many captivating puzzles to solve along the way. Each puzzle brings you closer to understanding what the Phantom Brotherhood is about and trying to accomplish. Make a wrong step, and it’s just possible for you to meet an untimely demise.
Siimple touch navigation, but difficult text
The game is easy enough to play, since you just have to tap icons to move through the different frames of the game and interact with the puzzles. However, the text is quite small and difficult to read, especially when some of the speech frames are presented with dark purple or red font on a black background.
Beginning the adventure
Angels of Deception: Part I is designed for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and requires iOS 7 or later. The game is available for $3.99 on the App Store, without any advertisements or in-app purchases.