• If something looks real - it is real! If you don't see a problem - there is no problem at all. Just trust your eyes!

• The regular laws of physics don't apply in Evo Explores. Even the gravity is under control of your imagination.

• Manipulate surreal structures to solve mind blowing puzzles. Every level will unravel the history of Byte planet and its citizens.

• Construct optical illusions to built impossible paths and guide Evo to the finish door.

• Evo Explores was inspired by a gorgeous Monument Valley game. We are big fans of original game, but we love Evo Explores even more! Come share this feeling with us!

- 45 unique mind blowing levels combined into 14 chapters
- Relaxing gameplay. No need to hurry
- Accessible for all ages and for any experience in games
- No in-app purchases. Pay once and enjoy

What’s New


New devices support.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
929 Ratings

929 Ratings

Alison89D ,

A fun and relaxing game

We all love Monument Valley but, I found EVO Explores just as entertaining and challenging. It was relaxing and Evo is a cute character to guide. Graphics were seamless and some of the puzzles were easier than others but, overall I would say the game was successful.

Nkshebcjforbe ,

Mixed review

If I had never played MV, I might have liked this more but I’m glad I played MV first

Strengths: Some levels are interesting, especially the one with two characters—the teamwork element was different. The graphics are simple but appealing and clear. It has some of the same challenges as MV, and if that was new to someone it would be fun. Also, liked being able to pay minimal fee and not have ads.

Weaknesses: 1) The “hints” were annoying and detracted, and they went beyond the first couple of levels. Sure it’s challenging w/no hints, but it is a PUZZLE. 2) While It is Escher-like, there was still logic to the deception in MV. A few of these just involved random tapping to get to solution.

lexi_flower ,

Not exactly MV, but still pretty good!

Obviously inspired by the monument valley games. (I was kind of hoping to see that they’d been mentioned in the credits somewhere.) The story is okay, but needs some polishing for sure. It would be nice to have something a bit more fleshed out than the relatively cliche “civilization gets rekt by computers” thing. Although I did appreciate the attempt to make the narrative less abstract, I can’t help but feel like something important is missing there. The graphics are very nice, the music is soothing, and I got a couple hours of puzzle solving from this game. I can’t quite give it five stars because, although this game is enjoyable as a stand-alone experience, it really does pale in comparison to the monument valley series.

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