Angel Adventures: Heaven is a place on iOS

It is a common belief that all angels reside in heaven, fulfilling their various heavenly roles. But what happens when two unconventional angels sneak out to get a glimpse of Earth? Ravn Studio’s  Angel Adventures explores this idea through an adventure where players help pirate princesses, knights, and dragons amongst other magical creatures. Described as a “wonderful family-friendly adventure game,”  Angel Adventures focuses on team play and interaction, teaching children the importance of helping others through good deeds. The game was sponsored by and created together with the Norwegian Film Institute, which provides support for Norwegian films, television series and electronic games.

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Aside from its emphasis on collaborative gameplay, Angel Adventures features a magical open-ended world that boasts an “irresistable charm.” and colorful graphics. There is a total of 3 levels to explore, each one full of surprises and the chance to help free characters in peril, outmaneuver enemies, and discover new items. The worlds themselves vary thematically from scary pirate islands to enchanting winter wonderlands and spooky castles. In the midst of an engaging experience, Angel Adventures also offers players a microcosm in which they can discover the meaning of true friendship.

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Ravn Studio has been developing games for all platforms since 2006. In addition to providing players with an entertaining experience, their focus is on creating interactive products with educational elements based on game mechanics. You can stay up to date with their latest news through Facebook and Twitter. Players who are interested in trying out Angel Adventures can download it from the App Store for just $2.99 USD.

A keen retrogamer who grew up playing classics like Prince of Persia, Aladdin, and Diddy Kong Racing, Katrina believes that digital games are not just fun, but a great way to learn. These days she enjoys studying Japanese language acquisition, and designing her own games.