Imaginary Range, the hybrid app that fuses games with comics, is back for its second chapter! (You can start playing from Episode 2, but it will be much more fun to start with Episode 1.) Imaginary Range offers a new genre of entertainment: ...Read more
Imaginary Range, the hybrid app that fuses games with comics, is back for its second chapter!
(You can start playing from Episode 2, but it will be much more fun to start with Episode 1.)
Imaginary Range offers a new genre of entertainment: a hybrid comic and game experience.
As you read through Square Enix's latest new tale, you'll view story cutscenes between comic pages and play through a variety of game segments. Finish the story once, and you'll unlock extra comic commentary and the ability to play the game portions separately. The coins you collect in the comic and games can be used to unlock new entries in the app's Gallery mode.
English and Japanese text options available.
[Controls] Flick right to left: Go to next page Flick left to right: Go to previous page Tap: Open menu Double-tap: Switch between panel and page mode
Consult the in-app manual for other controls.
* This app works only in vertical mode.
○ You can now check and update Facebook and Twitter while reading the comic. Tap the icon to open and close the window.
While Imaginary Range supports Twitter and Facebook functionality, on certain devices, it is possible that these services may not function as intended, or that the app may be closed forcibly. Should these problems occur, please follow the steps below.
(1) Close Imaginary Range and all browsers. (2) Close all resident apps. (3) Relaunch Imaginary Range.
* A solution for this issue is in the works. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
Twitter support note: Due to middleware issues, the loading screen may not close after sending a tweet. In this case, press the Back button on your device to return to the game.
○ New minigames Two brand-new minigames, Chocobo Chaser and Sphere Bounce, are available for play. Omega Blast, the popular game from Chapter 1, has been powered up and remade into Omega Burst.
[Note: Chapter 2 features advertising inserted within the comic.]
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