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Your Apple product wants to help you play Skyrim

by on November 29, 2011
 

Why do I love the iPad and iPhone so much? Well one of the reasons is all of the awesome apps people make for both devices. Like the guys over at Dragon Shout app who understand that the map in Skyrim is one of it’s biggest faults. In just a few days, all Skyrim gamers who own an iPad or iPhone will rejoice for Dragon Shout will help you have a better game experience!

Here is what they have to say about the first version of the app:

“The first version of the app contains an interactive map where you can drop annotated markers / journal entries down,” the developer TouchArcade.com. “For example, yesterday I played Skyrim and left a bunch of dragon scales and bones on the side of a mountain because they were too heavy.

I will come back and get them some other time so I marked it on the map so I know where it’s at in the future. Another example is I’m always looking for the right ingredients for potions, so when I come across an important ingredient, I mark it on the map so I know where to get it next time.”

Awesome. Just simply genius. Oh, and did I mention that the app will be completely free?!

For more info, check out the Dragon Shout app homepage!

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  • Profile photo of Barnaby Jones
    November 29, 2011 at 12:53 AM

    If I had an iPhone/iWhatever, I would download this immediately. I always forget where to find Ninroot and whatever it is that those Ice Wraiths drop, and they are the only things beside Chaurus Eggs (sp?) that I know of that create Invisibility Potions. Those Eggs are easy enough to find, but I still need to hunt down one of the other two ingredients to make the potions. If only.. 🙁

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  • Profile photo of Barnaby Jones
    November 29, 2011 at 4:59 AM

    Normally I could care less, but this just doesn’t make sense. Who keeps downgrading my posts? I mean, I get that some people could disagree with what I say (which I why I could normally care less), but I really don’t see anything worth disagreeing about in that last post. Does someone hate Invisibility Potions with a passion or something?

    Well, whatever. Ten bucks says this one will be downgraded as well.

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