Arrog 4+

A short journey through dreams


    • 3.5 • 105 Ratings
    • $2.99


Help a man travel through his dreams, as he must learn to accept his own death.

Arrog is an enigmatic puzzle adventure game featuring hand-drawn art and set in a black-and-white world with color accents.

• Playtime between 20-30 min
• Make sense of a bizarre world made out of traditional animations and portrayed in a unique black-and-white artstyle in this intense narrative experience
• A hand-crafted soundtrack will accompany you as you progress through each segment of the story
• Discover puzzles along your journey that you will decipher through simple interactions and logic
• Experience another view about death and what it represents, based on Latin American folklore
• Immerse yourself in this short but poetic tale without words

What’s New

Version 1.3

Minor fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
105 Ratings

105 Ratings

TattoodMommy ,

Too short for A Great Game

This game was on my preorder list as soon as I saw it. I love games in this category and was super excited to get to play this as soon as it was released. However, this game became disappointing after I completed it in 20 minutes, give or take a few minutes. Puzzles was simple but not a lot to it in furthering the story. Meaning I was hoping the puzzles were intertwined with the story. I am just hoping after paying for this small game there will be episodes or more to it added along the way.
But I do give kudos to the people behind the game. The game in itself with involving death as it is much a taboo in most societies gives a way for others to look at it from others perspectives.

jujubeezzzzz ,

Lovely and provocative

We are funny creatures, aren’t we?! We’ll pay $5 for a (usually throwaway) greeting card with nice art, but complain about a $2 app not being sufficient, failing to recognize the craft and time that goes into this kind of original storytelling, animation and music. Why kvetch about the length when it says right in the description that it takes 20-30 minutes to play?! I found the story + artwork + puzzle play + soundtrack delightful, innovative and intriguing, and it’s refreshing to interact with a piece of unfolding art in a right-brained, unexpected way. Bravo.

Jamcat1190 ,

Way too short

I like the fact that it was a unique game. There was nothing difficult or challenging about it, very relaxing. I didn’t understand what the story was about, other than a person died. What was the purpose of the hippo? It was just way too short for a paid game. I finished it in 20 minutes.

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