Is a great time killer! 5/5
By Blue in whiteout
This app truly hooked me! I fell in love with blue (the dog in whiteout ) the characters hooked me like they were really there I felt as even if they died I wouldn't want him to perish again at the wrong path the free games are great to! The comm was a great idea almost like a book but deep! If you like lifeline this is the game for you are shall I say library?
Had me hooked right away, I wish there was a bundle for the rest of them that was cheap enough for me to afford.
Great App! 4/5
By Kal Wardin
I love how it's all very centralized. The games are great, and I love having more Lifeline in my phone! Great app!
It's so cool and Awesome, I love how interesting the story's are and interactive.
Gripping Storylines, Tangible Characters 5/5
This game series never fails to impress. The dialogue, sound, and visual effects drag you deep into the story to the point where you almost believe the characters are real. Every decision must be thought out carefully, as it could mean life or death for the person on the other side of comms. The games succeed in creating a bond between yourself and the character, so even though you can start again from a point before death, you genuinely care not to lead your friend down the wrong path. The story and wait times bring an unshakeable sense of fear and thrill. I feel as if I've made a friend after every game, and I am always left wanting to know more. If you've never played the series, I highly suggest you download the app, as they've been ever so generous to let us revisit many previous games and the discover the latest game (of which I've been itching for as I was devastated by the cliffhanger of the first Whiteout) for FREE.
Auto save not working correctly 1/5
Wiped my current progress
Great Story Game 5/5
By Persus Chzz
This game is amazing. I remember getting the first Lifeline and loving it. I played through all the rest, and when I saw they were all piled into one, it just got so much better! If your looking for a good story, then this game is perfect. There's waiting sometimes, but once you complete a path, you get a fast forward option which is amazing. I don't recommend it to people who don't like waiting or reading. Otherwise, this game is a must have.
Great game 4/5
Good but problems. 4/5
By Profeesional Kitten Torturer
I like the whole idea of organizing all the games and having a gallery, but some parts of the app is buggy. On my iPad I have troubles with the gallery's in which it won't display some photos when I open it and I still can't see the new Fourth of July stuff, It also sometimes closes me out of my game randomly. Other than that it's all fantastic and a great app.
Whiteout 2 2/5
When are you going to release the rest of Whiteout 2? I love these games, I have completed all of them. But this new "chapter" thing is not cool. Give us the whole story! Please?
Story is great. Countdown timer, not so much... 3/5
Worrying about your imaginary pal and anxiously wondering when (or if!) they're going to text you back is one of the best parts of the Lifeline games. It's a feature not a bug. But now, playing Whiteout 2, I see there's a timer. I know exactly when I'm going to hear back. It ruins the suspense and the immersiveness. And the ads...ugh, don't get me started. Anyway, I hope this isn't the new business model, and the complete version of Whiteout 2 (and future Lifeline stories) will be available in the original format, pay once and play.
Reasonable idea, but lacking needed features 2/5
The lack of fast mode when you reach a bad ending makes the stories in Lifeline Library infinitely more tedious than in the standalone apps.
Also, as other reviewers have noted, the push notifications are generic rather than specific to the story you're playing.
When is Alex coming back? 5/5
I love LifeLine! So much that I played the first five games at the same time, instead of one at a time. By interacting with the main character in text-message style, it feels like you were already a supporting character, that you're part of the story.
My favorite is Crisis Line. Please tell me that Alex will show up in the next game, after White Out 2!!!!
I NEED to know what happens to him!!!!
Whiteout 2 2/5
By Edward Ramon jr
The first chapter of lifeline: whiteout 2 completely destroyed the personality of Adams, Adams was the reason that whiteout was considered such an amazing story because no matter what path you chose you could always rely on the humor and optimism he brought to any situation. The second problem is that the choices are so one sided and you are always leading the character towards a certain outcome. (P.S. could you bring back the ability to rewind the story by clicking on the choice you made). Please keep these things in mind when you continue your story, don't milk the story and not deliver to the expectations us as fans deserve.
10/10 would recommend, great app 5/5
By World of Tanks Blitz player
Read Clay Bird's review: I do miss the notifications :/ but I'm overly happy there's more content :>, I didn't have a problem with the visuals/graphics
LOVE THIS APP 5/5
LOVE this app this is Amazing I've Finished All the lifeline series in this App and lifeline Whiteout 2 l want more chapters When will you release chapter2?! l really want to continue this lifeline,Looking forward to it😃😃😃😃👍👍👍.
This app is amazing, lifeline games are some of the deepest games I have ever played, please add more to the library, you don't need to make all of them free in the library but some free is nice. Flatline was my favorite out of the lifeline series that I have played so far and it would be great if you could add it to the library. Thank you for making these games.
Happy with free game and library idea, but format etc. could be better 3/5
By Clay Birds
The notifications aren't working. They worked for me on the whiteout game, but not with this library silent night game. :(
The layout of the game options isn't exactly as visually pleasing as I wish it could be.
It'd be nice if the game I'm working on came up when I opened the app, rather than having to tap into the game every time.
It would also be nice to have a notification in the app for the story that has an update (since the notifications aren't showing up outside the app.)
I just really want the notifications working. :/
I am very glad there is a free game on the app. It's nice so far. It appears to be a sequel game to the original lifeline game.
Also I got whiteout as the free app of the week and for some reason it's not in my library? It just takes me to the App Store, which is annoying. It would be nice to have a screen before going to the App Store, so you don't go there on accident.
It's a great idea, this app, as many have said, but could use a lot of graphics improvements etc. to be really quality.
A big fix would be greatly appreciated 5/5
Let me start off by saying I'm SO glad that this update is finally here so we can continue the next part of the story with V. Adams! I LOVED Whiteout and I'm super pumped to play whiteout 2.
Problem is, there is a bug that is making me choose the opposite choice of what I tap on, which is kinda frustrating since the whole game is built on choices and their outcome. So if that could be fixed, that would be awesome😀😉
Another suggestion (just a suggestion, not an issue) would be to have the message say what the person is texting you, and not just "a message is waiting."
Other than that, this is a great app and I love how it has multiple games (like Lifeline Jump! Although I wish that there were levels and that it would keep track of high scores) and hooray for the return of V. Adams and Blue!
Great game!!! 5/5
Absolutely brilliant game. I found myself completely invested in these characters and there story's! You'll find yourself going back over and over again just to save them!! I love their different personalities and placements. I recommend reading whiteout first ;)
Fun short games 5/5
Love the free games (4 at the time of writing this). Resume and switching between games works really well. Thanks developers!
Notifications not immersive 3/5
With the stand alone apps the text appears like an IM, but with the Library App notification only says the app has message. It loses the immersive quality found in the stand alone apps - as if a real person was the texting to the player.
I love it but 4/5
I love all of 3 minute games' stories so far but I'm noticing with this app that sometimes when I click a choice it chooses the opposite of what I clicked, and it's very frustrating because i keep rewinding because it keeps happening at really important choices :(
Just an ad bug 5/5
Was just watching an ad to skip the 15 mins(which I'm completely okay with if the game is free) and it bugged out, I couldn't see the ad and it didn't skip the time
The Lifeline games are perfect but this app isn't. 3/5
I love the Lifeline games, which are so well done, but this app leaves a bit to be desired. I love the idea of an all-in-one app but this isn't quite that. Instead of granting access to all of the games and upcoming Lifeline info, you only get two games. Don't get me wrong - two free games is great! But if you're going to have free games wouldn't it make sense to have the free ones be the first two rather than two random games in the middle? What I really want is one app that allows me to access all of the Lifeline games (and even better factor in that I already bought them all separately) and then has the extra content as well. This would help me keep things much more organized on my phone! It would also ensure that I check the app every day because honestly I rarely check it since there isn't much keep me interested since all the games aren't on it and there's rarely any new content.
Happy to support this series 5/5
Easily my favorite thing on the App Store, Lifeline and 3-minute games never fails to impress. Been here since the original, and I'll stay here till the end.
Looking forward to meeting Taylor on the other half of infinity.
Nice game, but long waits 4/5
So far, the game is engaging and I like it. That being said, it almost seems wait periods are true to life...for example, when you tell the character to sleep, it seems that you have to wait 6 hours or so before the game continues. This is somewhat nice as it adds to the format of the game as being a genuine contact and communication with someone else, but it makes for a frustrating game play. Also, these breaks come about every ten interactions, so you play for maybe two minutes then have to wait for forever.
I'm disappointed in this addition, I have all the games (except the "halfway" one) but I can't play them from the library app. SMH
Yaaa 👩🏼🚀👩🏼🚀 5/5
Cool games I would rate it more than five stars but I can't.
Needs more. 3/5
I love silent night so far but there are only 2 games on it. One game doesn't even work! It is annoying and I want to delete it but I am still playing it. So...it is hard to decide to get it. (There is going to be one more game soon so technically 3 games).
Awesome deals and great content 5/5
The game is garbage. Horrible response. Doesn't save progress. If the device goes to sleep the game will be screwed up when you come back, unplayable.
By Red Beard III
The app has a lot to offer, but the one thing that is missing is being able to connect to the other Lifeline games already downloaded. It defaults to "not included do you want to go to App Store". Uh, no since I have already purchased them. I wish it would recognize that fact.
Cannot download all photos 3/5
I love the new photo gallery that was added, but I noticed that you can't download all of the pictures. The ones that you can't download are the "Taylor" and "Whiteout" collections. Other than that, keep up the great work!
Doesn't save & Too many ads! 2/5
This app doesn't save your progress on the ONLY REAL game. And there are WAY to many ads!!
I love lifeline 4/5
By Koala Apocalypse
I looooooove life line so much that I almost started crying because I love these games so much, I played every one except like 2 because I don't have iTunes money right now but I definitely will sometime soon ahhh I love this game so much!! ❤❤
Terrible - LIE: NO FREE GAME AS DESCRIPTION SAYS 1/5
App is terrible. Ad board. In the description where it says get a free lifeline game is a LIE and FALSE.
I'm a big fan of your work I downloaded this app and just got a billboard but thats okay because I really enjoyed all of the games made by this company. Keep up the good work guys!
Good App 5/5
I like the concept, but I have two questions:
1)Is there an ending to Lifeline Jump, since the player ends up going in circles forever?
2) Is the person in the Whiteout 2 advertisement a guy with girly hair, because Adam V was clearly "built" as a male replica!
You had one job! 1/5
Could have been a way to consolidate access to the Lifeline games. All it is is a glorified advertisement for all the games.
Just an ad billboard on your phone 1/5
This app is basically just one big ad billboard with links to all of the lifeline games in the App Store. Instead, it should be a "library"companion app that lets me import my past game purchases and play any/all of the stories from this one app (rather than still require me to have all the separate apps). Hopefully that's where this app moves to... right now it's useless for users!
Don't see the point of it 1/5
Downloaded the Library just to check it out, poked at it a bit, then deleted it because I don't see the point of it. It has a distracting ad-switching bar at the top, with images for each game at the bottom under "More from Lifeline". Tapping any of those images takes you to an Apple Store screen, where the "Open" button then opens the game already installed on my phone. Why create these extra steps when I could just open the game's app directly?
The Library's menu, when revealed, doesn't show that I already own the entire Lifeline series (even though they're all installed on the phone) and seems to exist only to provide shortcuts to 3 Minute Games's various social media channels. If I wanted to follow you on Twitter, Facebook, etc., I'd already be doing that and not need an app to provide those shortcuts. I've paid for all of the Lifeline games, get emails from you, and probably will continue to do so (though the bizarre and disturbing Flatline started me wondering why I was still keeping up with the series, you then redeemed yourselves by bringing Taylor back in the next game), but I am content to have only the game content - don't make my life more complicated by making me miss things if I don't slavishly follow every tweet you send and so on.
TL;DR: The Library app is a "let us shove ourselves further into your lives" promotion complication, not a simplification. It doesn't provide any reasonable game shortcut or game organization. It doesn't show what you own or display the game's content in the Library window for ease of use. For users, it's faster and easier to just keep the games on your phone, icons organized in order of release.
It's not there yet... 1/5
By Andrew Saunders
1. The jump game screen leaves this strange space at the top in portrait mode.
2. The other links either open the App Store or open website pages.
3. I have all your apps just open them when I click the app links take the time write the if then statement.
4. Silent night keeps playing even after you return to the library.
5. Looks like a decent piece of marketing but nothing more.
I was hoping for a app that actually consolidated my lifeline experience, maybe had a news feed or integrated twitter/FB posts. What you've made here is a unified collection of links. Maybe an update or two...
It's NOT an Ad it's awesome 5/5
I think it's really cool some people may say it's an ad but if you download it and you want to get two of the games at the same time it's way faster and I like it better then just buying it off the App Store. And my phone isn't filled with lifeline games just one whole library of them
THE ONLY GOOD THING 4/5
By TX 3758
The only good thing in this app is the free game the other option only send you to the app store to buy the game
Room for improvement 3/5
The idea of a library is great, and I don't mind the previews for new releases, but this lacks basic useful functionality.
1. Add some chronology. As a newbie, I want to play them in order.
2. If I already own it, don't take me to the store. Open the app or at least give me the option of which action to take.
Just a big ad 1/5
I already have half the lifeline games, and I thought this would help organize them and let me know which ones come next (because I want to play the rest in order, of course). Nope. This is not a library app at all, just an ad app. The third lifeline game (2nd in Taylor series) is featured prominently at the top as the free bonus (except I bought it last year) and if I hadn't known it was the second I would have been upset to play the stories out of order. Who likes getting the second installment of a story first? Total spoilers!
An interesting read 5/5
Mystery/horror lovers will love these text based games
I like the fact you get a continuation story from our very special Taylor. But overall the library has no usefulness, needs features and something unique. Or just a feature regardless.