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  • Summary: In a shady corner of Kingsport Bay, at the outskirts of St Armando, Bwana and his trusted sidekick Kito struggle to make ends meet at their run-down gas station. Little do they know that they are about to be thrown into a spine-tingling adventure that will take them far from home and right into a twisting plot of corruption and danger.

    In the first chapter of The Journey Down, the search for a lost journal leads to forgotten secrets of the mysterious Underland. Follow Bwana and Kito as they puzzle their way forward and begin to uncover the true fate of their long lost father, Captain Kaonandodo.

    The Journey Down is a classic point-and-click saga with a black African twist. Get ready to embark on an epic journey of laughs and brainteasing adventure!

    * A twisting tale of intriguing adventure
    * Tons of handpainted environments
    * An all original jazzy reggae soundtrack
    * A fully voiced cast
    * HD art and animations

    Compatible with iPad, iPad 2, new iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod 4 Touch and iPod 5 Touch on iOS version 4.3 and never.
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  1. Dec 21, 2012
    A well constructed piece of adventure gaming, The Journey Down: Episode One is worth checking out even if you're not a point-and-click sort of person.
  2. Jan 7, 2013
    I'm looking forward to the forthcoming chapters of the series, but my ultimate judgment of the series will depend on how Skygoblin handles the larger themes in the world and the continued development of the characters, especially Lina, a confident and intellectual woman who is clearly central to the plot, but who spends this game waiting for Bwana and Kito to get their act together.
  3. Feb 10, 2013
    The Journey Down's unique setup and well-implemented adventure gameplay gets the series off to a promising start.
  4. Dec 28, 2012
    Setting aside the spotty voice work and choppy animations, The Journey Down: Chapter One is still an adventure worth taking. It doesn't trump work from Telltale or Lucasarts, but with a little more refinement it could sit comfortably at the table with them.
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