Mobile-exclusive adventures have been relatively rare thus far, but one of the games hoping to change that trend is After the End: Forsaken Destiny, a 3D environmental puzzler just released for iOS and Android devices.
While story details are sparse, After the End casts players in the dual roles of father and son, who find themselves separated not by space but by time. Each on a parallel journey across "a breathtaking, ancient world rendered with shades of natural light," the two heroes will be confronted by increasingly challenging puzzles along the way. Players will have full character and 360-degree camera control to navigate the landscape, while using "varied touch control mechanics" to manipulate the environment and solve the "elaborate centerpiece puzzles" standing in the way.
The trailer and screenshots for After the End show off its stylish 3D visuals and demonstrate a number of the many hazards to be overcome, requiring players to "turn hidden levers and press secret switches to create new pathways." Explorable settings promise to include sun-swept landscapes, massive ruins and dark temples, among others. Scattered throughout will be ancient stone fragments, which you'll collect in order to "rebuild statues honoring your ancestors."
After the End: Forsaken Destiny is available to download now, on both the App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android.