In Faraway you're an adventurer exploring the ruins of ancient temples full of challenges and mysterious puzzles.
You're walking in footsteps of your father. He was a collector of unusual artifacts who went missing 10 years ago. Your journey will take you from deserts and oasis to old crumbling ruins of a mysterious civilization. They had constructed devices and puzzles to see if you're worthy of knowing their secrets. Observe the environment, collect items, manipulate devices and solve perplexing puzzles to escape temple labyrinths.
Explore 18 grand temples packed with puzzles.
Easy to navigate 3D world which holds more secrets than it appears on the surface.
Collect pages from your missing dad's diary to find out what happened to your family.
TRY FOR FREE
You get to try the game before you buy. First 9 levels are available free of charge!
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Ratings and Reviews
I loved this game. I just finished with the final level which was 18. I thought it had more levels all this time because it shows another page but it ended up being the credits page so it ended way to short. I have a few notes I still need to find but over all it was a well laid out and had beautiful graphics. The puzzles were not overly complicated and don’t use the hint button unless you are really stuck because it explains how to solve. I was not a fan of the controls. There were areas that I would try to tap on something and it would send me up a ladder I didn’t want to use. You can’t just tap back down you have to wait for it to get up the ladder. It would be nice if you could cancel or redirect mid-move. After paying the unlock fee of 2.99 I believe I definitely thought there would be more levels. I highly recommend the game though and I just downloaded jungle and can’t wait to play it after I finish finding all those well hidden notes.
Love & Questions
Hi, First I want to say that I do mostly love your Faraway line of puzzles. But this is more of a question than a review. There were a few times when I had to use the hints, and I still didn’t understand where the solution came from.
Like in Ch. 14, when you had to spin the rollers on top of pedestals I, II, & III, & the answer was half of a decahedron facing right, then half of a decahedron facing left, then a sort of U shaped object. Where did this info come from? Even with the answer, I couldn’t figure out from what it was derived.
And in level 15, when you’re going down the staircase one level at a time, and you have to stop at each level and insert numbered triangles to open the sliding cover for the next set of steps down, what was the clue for which numbers to use?
Thanks very much for your help.
4 Stars and this is why...
SPOILER ALERT: All around a very great 'escape' game. I love the puzzles, the riddles, and the frustration of figuring out how to find all the notes! The fact that you have to purchase levels is a bummer, but we understand that money must be made. I only had to watch hints twice throughout the entire game, good feature. I do believe that the game ended abruptly however. If you are to build a story (via notes), have your protagonist escape/win/anything.. I finished the game 100%, and was very disappointed how it ended. I hope an update will come soon to add more levels without purchasing anything else. TLDR: 4/5 stars, game ends badly, purchase 2nd half of game.
It's only $2.99 for 2nd half, you penny pinchers spend twice as much on a Big Mac and this won't even kill you.
- Snapbreak Games AB
- 238.5 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2017 Snapbreak Games AB
- In-App Purchases
- 10 Coins $0.99
- 25 Coins $1.99
- All Levels Special $2.99
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