1、Updated on August 28th at 12:40: Appointment with F.E.A.R. is now out on the Google Play Store as well.<p>It'll set you back £1.99 / £2.99 [buy] to pick it up and give it a go. And you almost certainly should.</p><p>Original story follows...Appointment with F.E.A.R. is the campest thing I've seen in video games for a while. It has supervillains with names like "Tiger Cat" and "Chainsaw Bronski".</p><p>It's based on the Steve Jackson gamebook of the same name. Developer Tin Man Games calls its adaptation of it an "interactive graphic novel".</p><p>Set in the 1980s, Appointment with F.E.A.R. has you play as a superhero and champion of justice who defends Titan City from any and all villains.</p><p>You're able to customise the look and gender of your superhero, as well as choose what powers they have, which varies up each playthrough.</p><p>"Your mission is to discover the location of the top-secret F.E.A.R. meeting, capture the Titanium Cyborg and his cohorts and bring them to justice," writes Tin Man Games.</p><p>You do this by looking for clues to solve crimes and track down the 30+ supervillains with your "Crime Watch" gadget.</p><p>It seems that you'll need to defeat them using quip-based combat. It works just like the "Insult Sword Fighting" in the Monkey Island series.</p><p>Other than that, there are also trading card for you to collect along the way, including special rare ones.</p><p>You'll be able to purchase Appointment with F.E.A.R. for £1.99 / $2.99 on the UK and US App Stores at midnight. It will also be coming to Android, either tomorrow or soon after.</p>
4、"Does it make you creepy?"
3、Where neither party is nor true nor kind.