Dantes Inferno

Dantes Inferno


Dantes Inferno follows the 14th century poem the 'Divine Comedy'. You can walk through scenes depicted in the poem using an etching style similar to the 19th century artist Gustave Dore. At different points in the journey you can view a corresponding etching by Dore with a brief explanation. Also snippets of the poem are displayed at corresponding scenes. Currently this app reaches the middle ring of the eighth circle of Hell, 'Fraud' though in this free version of Dantes Inferno it reaches the last ring of seventh circle of hell, 'Sodomy'. You can purchase the full version and make your way through to the eighth circle. If the app is well liked I'll add the extra circles of hell until the app reaches Satan himself. If I get lots of goofy comments I'll leave it.

Note that this is a not a first person shooter and is more like a run through.

To move use your touchscreen and move the ball top left to move forward and back and to turn.

If you are using Google TV use your controller DPAD to move. Also use the following keys on your controller:
'A' key to display the allegory
'M' key to show a map
'H' key for help

To purchase the full version of Dantes Inferno that reaches the eighth circle of hell, (fraud) you can purchase from:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.skinhat.infernofull

Recent changes:
Dantes Inferno now reaches the eighth circle of hell, fraud in the full version and the inner ring (sodomy) of the seventh circle of hell in the free version.
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About Dantes Inferno
Dantes Inferno follows the 14th century poem the 'Divine Comedy'. You can walk through scenes depicted in the poem using an etching style similar to the 19th century artist Gustave Dore. At different points in the journey you can view a corresponding etching by Dore with a brief explanation. Also snippets of the poem are displayed at corresponding scenes. Currently this app reaches the middle ring of the eighth circle of Hell, 'Fraud' though in this free version of Dantes Inferno it reaches the last ring of seventh circle of hell, 'Sodomy'. You can purchase the full version and make your way through to the eighth circle. If the app is well liked I'll add the extra circles of hell until the app reaches Satan himself. If I get lots of goofy comments I'll leave it.

Note that this is a not a first person shooter and is more like a run through.

To move use your touchscreen and move the ball top left to move forward and back and to turn.

If you are using Google TV use your controller DPAD to move. Also use the following keys on your controller:
'A' key to display the allegory
'M' key to show a map
'H' key for help

To purchase the full version of Dantes Inferno that reaches the eighth circle of hell, (fraud) you can purchase from:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.skinhat.infernofull

Recent changes:
Dantes Inferno now reaches the eighth circle of hell, fraud in the full version and the inner ring (sodomy) of the seventh circle of hell in the free version.

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A Google User
Jun 8, 2014
Pay no attention to the trolls It worked just fine for me.
A Google User
Apr 14, 2014
Canto go any further? What Circle of Hell is reserved for those who wait until halfway through their rather middling app before trying to sell the user the "full" version? ... It would a different story if the app were more worthwhile.
A Google User
Mar 31, 2014
awesome this app is very useful to prefer the great novel inferno
A Google User
Mar 24, 2014
Its amazing If most of you ignorant people here in the ratings haven't noticed it was intentionally made to not have color, also the graphics aren't horrible. Its amazing how you can fit this in such a small amount of memory
A Google User
Feb 16, 2014
Love the story but this app It sucked!!!