Adventure Escape: Starstruck 12+

Criminal Case & Hidden Objects

Haiku Games Co

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 4.6K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Search the city to solve the strange mystery of a missing celebrity!

A famous actress goes on a simple errand to pick up a new pet, and she never returns. When her trusty personal assistant turns up dead in the park, the case gets stranger and stranger. Detective Kate Gray must search the city high and low to find her. Investigate a movie set, a celebrity mansion, a creepy warehouse, the city park, and more! Meet a curious cast of characters along the way, including an eccentric hip hop singer and his pet tiger, an angry yoga instructor, the town drunk, and a wildlife smuggler.

Join millions of happy Adventure Escape players and see if you can solve this Starstruck mystery!

- Beautiful graphics bring the city to life!
- Explore a wide variety of locations, from a movie set to a city park to a celebrity mansion!
- Solve devious puzzles and riddles!
- Get the whole game for FREE! You’re never forced to pay!
- Gather tools and items to aid in your search!
- Memorable characters!
- Find hidden objects that help you solve the case!
- It’s free! No registration, no hassles, just download and play.

Unravel the mystery of Adventure Escape: Starstruck! Will you find the movie star before she’s struck down forever?

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We are a small indie game studio that loves making games. Our Adventure Escape™ series has been played by tens of millions of players. Solve murders in Framed for Murder, investigate paranormal phenomenon in Midnight Carnival, and travel through time in Time Library. Search for “haiku games” to find us!


What’s New

Version 1.21

Search for "Haiku Games" to download our latest game, Adventure Escape Mysteries!
- Fixed a small issue in one chapter

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
4.6K Ratings

4.6K Ratings

rarstar ,

Easier, but fun

So far this is the easiest of the karma games I’ve played (I think this is my 8th). I’m not a big game player but I love these. Puzzles are just right, almost no ads, totally doable without purchases. I only wish they were a bit longer, but at least there’s a lot! Even tho this one’s easy, the tutorial is brief so I recommend starting with perhaps asylum to get the feel. Time library still my fav story but you can’t go wrong with these. Just pick one with a theme that appeals to you & enjoy!

icaraven ,


I love the Haiku games. The main thing is the chapters. Some games are long and sometimes I have items that I can’t remember where they should be used and because of the chapters I can quit the game and pick it up again. I can’t believe they are free. The only thing I don’t like about some games is some of the puzzles aren’t explained very well or I know what to do but I can’t figure out how to work the puzzle. Two examples in the Star Struck game is in chapter 6. The dishes. That was really confusing but the lights. I just couldn’t figure out the controls. I wish they made it easier. I knew what colors to use but I couldn’t figure out the controls. I had to pass it. I’ve found puzzles like that but not to often. Other than that they are a lot of fun. Oh. And sometimes when I ask for help sometimes it’s not for the puzzle I’m doing. They should also break the hints down by steps so I can get the idea on how to solve them instead of having to use half my stars for the whole answer. Except some of the math puzzles. Errrr. I take it back. As long as I don’t close the game out completely I can continue. If I do close it out I have to start the chapter over again. But if I used a hint they will let me skip that game. If I solved it I have to play it again.

free2bealways ,

Decebt, but not their best

I love Haiku games. They remind me a bit of Nancy Drew, but instead of following one girl around on her adventures, you experience a variety of adventure puzzles all on your phone. The graphics are decent. Better than the average game of its kind. This is one of their older games, so from that standpoint, their newer ones are better.

Honestly, I liked the storyline, it drew me in and made me want to keep going. But a lot of these puzzles left a lot to desired. I am tired of doing household cleaning to solve cases and there were a lot of puzzles where no clear understanding or direction is given and the answers are so outside the box, I don’t think it ever would have occurred to me what to do next without hints or walkthroughs. I play the games because I like puzzles. What you need to do (what’s the next step) should always be clear, even if the how isn’t (hard puzzles).

One example of this is with the boat. I am told to signal the station on the radio, but as far as I’m concerned, the controls on the boat have to do with speed, etc., not radio frequencies. Also, how was one possibly to guess the animal dosages was the answer when the entire room is FILLED with three digit numbers? Most random passcodes ever.

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