Fallen Earth Devs Unveil the Future of Mobile MMOG Interaction at PAX East 2010 - Page 2

Updated Mon, Mar 29, 2010 by Sardu


The Fallen Earth iPhone Application

After launching the app, players can log in using the same credentials as their normal Fallen Earth account. From there you can select which function you want to access and each current character on the account.
Once logged in, players can see the current items in their pack, and even bring up the full details for each item.
The stats screens will show you both an overview and details on each of your character's stats.
The Gear screen will show you all of your character's equipped items using in-game assets, and lets you bring up the details on each individual item.
Similar to the Gear screen, the Weapons screen will display the same type of in-game UI and allow you to check out the details for each item.
Players can view and sort recipe lists and even  queue up or collect crafted items which will show up in their character's pack.
View, sort, create or collect auctions bringing the ability to play the market to a whole new level.
Players can view friends and clan lists, and even chat with them in-game.
Emailing other in-game characters is also an option, complete with the ability to attach or collect items or chips.
Players can also pull up the same Sector maps you'd see in-game.
Last but certainly not least, the Fallen Earth app features a help section which provides a quick means of learning how it all works.
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