Download Alethiometer apk 1.0.2 free for Android smartphone

22 Dec
Alethiometer

Posted by Studio .BMP in Lifestyle | Dec. 22, 2013 | 6 Comments

Apk file size: 587.0 KB

The Alethiometer (from the Greek "Aletheia" - truth) is a device from Philip Pullman's trilogy "His Dark Materials". With it, you can ask any question and to get the truth in answer. On the dial of the Alethiometer are depicted 36 symbols, each of which has a huge variety of meanings.

You ask him a question, setting his arrows on three symbols describing your question, and he answers. The answer of the Alethiometer is a sequence of any symbols. To correctly interpret it, you need experience or even some talent. Practice and you will succeed!

If you have any questions, email me: [email protected]
If you have a social network Vkontakte, write to the group - http://vk.com/alethiometer or directly to me - http://vk.com/bmpolonsky

You can try a web-version for free - http://gametrax.eu/game/02834b7406

Attention! To run the application need Adobe AIR.

Whats new

    1.0.0
    Added menu.
    Added reference.
    Added the ability to add their symbol's meanings​​.
    Added ability to save questions and answers.

Studio .BMP part of our Lifestyle and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update Dec. 22, 2013. Google play rating is 74.7368. Current verison is 1.0.2. Actual size 587.0 KB.

Download alethiometer.apk 587.0 KB

6 Comments

Andrew Ventham

Suitably charming and mysterious This is great fun. I fumbled around with it for several minutes before I worked out how to control the needles (you have to twiddle each of the three little knobs on the edge of the dial); but once you're in control, it really is like having your own alethiometer! The alternative fruit-machine style UI with the three mini-dials is only available when using the app on a phone - fair enough as you wouldn't tend to use it unless your screen is too small for the main view. 5 stars when you can edit your notes.

Revika Parker

Really nice But those of us with smaller android screens (and mine isn't even that small, it's a Galaxy S3...) would HIGHLY appreciate it and LOVE YOU if you enlarged the actual alethiometer imagery, the icons are so small I can't even tell what they're supposed to be unless I individually click on each one.

Dave O'Reardon

Works well but alethiometer way too small Quite nicely thought out app. But the alethiometer is so small (about 1/6 of my HTC One screen) you can't see the symbols. The alethiometer should fill the screen.

Joseph Cieslewski

Very neat, but also very small

Revika Parker

But those of us with smaller android screens (and mine isn't even that small, it's a Galaxy S3...) would HIGHLY appreciate it and LOVE YOU if you enlarged the actual alethiometer imagery, the icons are so small I can't even tell what they're supposed to be unless I individually click on each one. ___ EDIT; Yes, the MOBILE works better, but the results are still very small and should be bigger. At least to make it easier to click? I am on an S5 now, but would still prefer bigger images. (:

Bobby Ray

Way too small symbols. I even switched to the mobile view AND have a 5.5" screen. It also apparently gives the option to edit the meaning of the symbols, but when the keyboard pops up it doesn't let you type anything. I love the idea but this is horrible execution.

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