OPUS: Echo of Starsong is now globally available on iOS devices


OPUS: Echo of Starsong, Sigono’s puzzle adventure game with a deep story to tell, is finally available on mobile. The game was released on MacOS and other platforms last year. A new installation to the OPUS series, the game has received critical acclaim for its story, gameplay elements, and the environment it manages to create.

OPUS: Echo of Starsong is an intergalactic adventure that leads to an old man’s search for his love 

Set in a dystopian world, the game takes players on an intergalactic adventure. The characters go from asteroid to asteroid, which emits tunes called “Starsong”. This has major significance to the inhabitants of this universe. Players follow Jun, a young adventurer, and Eda, an orphaned witch, the latter of whom has the power to understand and mimic the Starsong and helps Jun on his quest. However as one thing leads to another, the story makes a shift to something emotionally heavier. 

Echo of Starsong featurs impressive and visually pleasing graphics, amazing soundtracks. The game has the much-loved storytelling element truly makes for a complete and satisfying experience. This makes players go through the motions with their feelings.

Echo of Starsong provides a wonderful emotional experience with a strong storytelling element

Image via Sigono Inc

Unlike previous titles in the series, which made their way to mobile to start, this one took some time but that did give players space for being excited about what this title had to offer. The game is a wonderful experience and great for anyone out there looking for something with a story that’s worth being invested in and simpler gameplay.

OPUS: Echo of Starsong is not available for Android yet however iOS users can get the game from the App Store. It is a premium title and is priced at $8.99. Interested players can refer to the official website for more information on the game.

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