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  • Summary: The first 2.5D Survival Horror for your iPhone and iPod! ******************** 20% OFF - limited period! And beware, updates to EP-1 will be free, with new gameplay and story! ******************** Are you a lover of survival horror games? Don't lose the chance to play Fallen!
    ...Aren't you?
    Try it as well, you will be surprised!

    Play thie prologue of the Fallen saga with your headphones on, and you'll be involved in a dark and mysterious adventure, acting as a jailbird in a full-of-evil-creatures prison.
    Fight the enemies and win all the challenges to let the hero survive!

    If you were waiting for a pure Resident Evil 2.5D style adventure, Fallen is here to serve. There is nothing similar on iPhone: you’ll find yourself trying to understand what the hell is happening there and you won’t leave your device till you drive the main character to the exit.

    Play as Roman Mendez, an Hispanic that is spending the last months of his prison sentence coming in and out of the isolation cells for his bad attitude. One day Roman suddenly wakes up in the gloomy hole in which he is shut again. The prisoner understands at once that something is going wrong: strange noises break the usual silence of isolation corridor. With great interest, he tries to peep through the slit on a corridor where, strangely, there are no warders, and thinks he should be very lucky when realizes that the door is not totally closed.

    Few steps will be enough for him to understand that his breakout plans will not be easily carried out… The prison is ruled by gangs of Afros, Hispanic, and the Eagles, leaded by Greg Sandman, a spiritual guide and violent killer that seeks for him, and his servants the come back of their true gods and revelation. But now there are new evil powers taking control of the penitentiary!

    • Bloody and dark locations for a horror experience
    • 2.5D graphics, awesome looking scenarios
    • Environmental Lighting
    • Third person fighting
    • Special interactions with accelerometer, touch screen and multi-touch
    • Virtual Pad for Navigation
    • Original soundtrack and sound effects: play it with headphones!
    • Inventory System to store collected items
    • Save Slots and Character-Energy Menu
    Stay tuned!

    This is the first episode of a saga that will unravel inside and outside the prison and involve several main characters. Following episodes of Fallen Saga are coming soon on App Store!

    We will love to hear from you about comments and suggestions! Follow us at: www.7thsensestudios.com or write at the support email!
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. Feb 15, 2011
    Fallen could potentially become a great franchise as more episodes are delivered, but a few things, especially the jumpy camera angle changes and poorly translated dialogue, could stand to be improved.
  2. Feb 15, 2011
    Some visual glitches, disjointed dialogue and lacklustre combat thankfully don't manage to entirely spoil an atmospheric, visually impressive horror romp.
  3. Feb 15, 2011
    The approach to gameplay feels about ten-years old. As in early Resident Evil games, players will often find the simple act of walking through a room cumbersome.
  4. Mar 20, 2011
    I really like what Fallen is trying to do. I like its premise and direction -- it's just that the game is let down in its execution.
  5. Feb 15, 2011
    Fallen: Episode 1 shows that a good survival horror game is possible on the iPhone. If the developers can lengthen the experience, craft a more compelling story, and improve the combat segments for the next episode, Fallen could be worth exploring more.
  6. Feb 15, 2011
    Actually I am not too interested in playing anymore Fallen as I don't care about Roman Mendez the running Hispanic maniac, am highly annoyed at the collision detection environmental bugs, and feel that the story doesn't go anywhere.