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Imaginary Range

Imaginary Range
GENRE Action 
PUBLISHER Square Enix 
DEVELOPER Square Enix 
E10 What do these ratings mean?
Imaginary Range offers a new genre of entertainment: a hybrid comic and game experience. As you read through Square Enix's latest new tale, you'll view story cutscenes between comic pages and play through a variety of game segments.
Finish the story once, and you'll unlock extra comic commentary and the ability to play the game portions separately. The coins you collect in the comic and games can be used to unlock new entries in the app's Gallery mode.


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