The Longest Journey Remastered 1.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 001)

After soft-launching in Australia and New Zealand last month, The Longest Journey Remastered by German developer Funcom is now available in App Stores around the world. The game is based on the 1999 point-and-click classic for Windows PCs.

One of the highest rated adventures of all time, this version of The Longest Journey has been specifically remastered for tablet devices.

The premium release includes a new intro and outro by Funcom’s famed game designer Ragnar Tørnquist, a new font, touch-optimized controls and a dynamic help system.

The Longest Journey is like a book, a movie and a game all rolled into one interactive experience. You play as April Ryan, an 18-year old art student who discovers that there is “more to her world than meets the eye.”

Check out the game trailer below.

Your goal: embark on a journey across twin worlds and into April’s very own heart and soul,” encounter a unique cast of unforgettable characters and “unravel one of the most epic stories ever told.”

The Longest Journey Remastered 1.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 002)

The Longest Journey Remastered 1.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 003)

There are over 150 locations in two different dimensions to explore, a huge cast of characters with fully voice dialogue and more than 50 hours of gameplay. What sets apart the game is April’s ability to pass between magical worlds, adding a unique twist to gameplay.

The Longest Journey Remastered 1.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 004)

The Longest Journey Remastered 1.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 005)

The download comes in at a massive 1.14GB. iOS 7.0 or later is required. This isn’t a freemium release so there are no In-App Purchased to spoil the fun.

Grab The Longest Journey Remastered for $6.99 in the App Store.

  • Saria Hajjar

    Ah yes…. back to the age of the triangles, I see…
    Last time I’ve seen this, it was back on Tomb Raider and VCop2 (That’s an exaggeration.)

    To be clear, I do understand that the inclusion of high-resolution texture packs would be difficult, given that the size of the game is 1.14GB with this level of details.