Produced by 751 Games, Life Gallery is constructed from a series of illustrations. As players go through each illustration, they will solve puzzles, unravel mysteries, and explore the dark and chilling story at the heart of the game.

● ● Game Features ● ●

Produced by 751 Games, Life Gallery is constructed from a series of illustrations. As players go through each illustration, they will solve puzzles, unravel mysteries, and explore the dark and chilling story at the heart of the game.

「The Twins, the Parents, and the Fish-Head Cult」

A boy with one eye, and a boy with one arm. A broken household. An evil cult with a mysterious faith. A series of horrifying tragedies. How do these things connect?

「A Fresh Visual Experience with a Unique Art Style」

Life Gallery utilizes a pen-and-ink drawing style and contains more than 50 illustrations, each one immersing the player in the frightening and uncanny world of the story.

「Easy to Control, Tricky to Solve」

Each puzzle in Life Gallery is hidden inside an illustration. The key to solving them lies in manipulating the objects within the illustrations to progress the plot and reveal the truth about the characters--relying not just on the player’s intelligence, but on their imagination and sensitivity to the illustrations and the story.

「Classical Artworks Turned into Nightmares」

Classical paintings such as the Mona Lisa and Dance form the basis for multiple levels within the game, turning classical works of art into surreal and nightmarish scenarios with which the player can interact.

What’s New

Version 1.2.2

-Enhanced feedback after clicking on the UI
-Japanese font update
-Optimize some sound effects
-Optimize some level design

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Mental_Lover ,


第一,故事讲得太平铺直叙。丝毫没有一点让人探索或者脑补故事本身的空间。感觉过场旁白根本不需要,直接看图和游戏场景就知道什么故事了。show, don’t tell. 要展示而不是解释。

Developer Response ,


Lou in Louisville ,

Bizarre, but good

What an odd game. I like odd games and the artwork and puzzles kind of reminded me of Rusty Lake. But this was no Rusty Lake game. This was a weird story, rather sad, but captivating for some strange reason. The puzzles ranged from extremely easy to almost impossible, with no instruction on how to “solve” the puzzles. I almost gave up on the “fish in the blender” one because I couldn’t figure out the order. But I kept at it for about half an hour and finally got it. I just finished the game and for the first time ever, I’m kind of glad I finished. I was hoping the story didn’t continue... weird I know. But definitely worth playing and giving it a try. It’s not for everyone, that’s for sure. But I liked it. For being the first game from these developers, NICE JOB 👍🏼!

Developer Response ,

Glad you like our game, thank you for your support and encouragement.
We will work hard to makethe better games.

Quimby315 ,

Conceptually brilliant....

However, execution is another issue. Puzzles were as expected, easy...gradually migrating to more difficult. But that soon went to virtually impossible. Stylistically the artwork is bizarre, but I like developers willing to break comfort zones, and stand out. I just wish there were at least an attempt at guidance, or even a minuscule hint. Oh well... Maybe I’ll try it again down the road.
Deleted for now.

UPDATE: I decided to give this another try. I got further along, but ran into an almost impossible puzzle. Minus one star (now 2) for ridiculously hard game play. Frustration should not be a part of having fun. Deleted forever. Bye.

Developer Response ,

Sorry, so that you can not pass the game smoothly, as for the game tips, we will refer to your comments and discuss with the development team.
Thank you very much for your play and feedback.


751Games Co., Ltd.
578.4 MB

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes


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