Letter from the Past on a Star 4+

Room Escape Game

Jun Wakabayashi

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 136 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Easy operation! Solve the mystery and escape!
The game is free until the end.
Auto save and image save available.

Game Introduction

Solve the riddles and escape from the mysterious room!
The game comes with a screen capture function and automatic game saving, so you can play from the middle of the game at any time.
If you have trouble solving a puzzle, you can see hints and solutions in the game.

How to play

Tap the location you are interested in to investigate.
Tap an item to select it, then tap the place you want to use it.
Tap twice to zoom in on the item you are interested in.
Tap twice to zoom in on the item you are interested in, or use another item on the zoomed-in item to combine them.
If you get stuck, refer to the hints. (There is a video ad.)

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
136 Ratings

136 Ratings

Booth! ,

Well deigned game

Fun game designed well with good puzzles.

***Pros:
Clever puzzles that aren’t too hard, but still give you that “ah ha!” 🧐 when you solve them as good number of require combining a couple clues together to solve instead of being very a little too obvious.

This game is very well designed in that figuring out how the game mechanics work isn’t more of a challenge than the actual puzzles which is a problem with many free to play click and collect puzzle games.

The fact that items aren’t interactive when you’ve completed using them (the box under the globe still is clickable even after it’s been used as well as the masks on the wall) is a great way to help guide without hints once you understand that game mechanic. The news paper wasn’t obvious that it’s two pages.

Ultimately a good length (~1-2hrs)

***Cons:

The puzzle types could have a little more variety as the logic used to solve them seems to be similar across the game.

ashjsjajabgag ,

Studio Wakaba did it again!

Absolutely gorgeous! I can’t even figure out where to begin with what I love about this game: the music, the animation, the puzzles, the objective, the layout, everything was perfect! It was well worth the wait! And I’ll be waiting again for the next thing they put out as a loyal and long-time player of their games 💕 thank you for another beautiful game! It was such a pleasure to experience! 🫶🏻🥰

lwberry ,

Enjoyable, good puzzles

I really liked this game. The puzzles all made sense and were tough but logical. Some games similar to this have puzzles that after you learn the answer, there is no logical way you could’ve figured it out. This game doesn’t do that, it is satisfying.

App Privacy

The developer, Jun Wakabayashi, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

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  • Usage Data
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