The vast sky city overhead obscures the sun, and the city's neon lights never go out. With the booming of science and technology in the distant future, self-conscious robots and humans live together on this land.
In this cyber city where punk and magnificence coexist, noises and tranquility chorus, our protagonist Rex runs a private detective agency. A former member of the police, he now makes a living on carrying out various commissions.
However, the god of fate has already rolled the dice secretly. An unusual murder case broke the peace of his life, leading to the sign of robot rebellion.
With the semi-mechanical god manipulating the fate, and the rebels lurking in the dark, through the chaotic slums and the perilous underworld, Detective Rex is going to find the clues and finish his long-cherished wish...
The perfect combination of retro pixels and cyberpunk
Diversified Puzzle Elements
Double Protagonists: Play as Cat Detective
Various Achievements and Collectables
The Profound World View and immersive Gaming Experience
1. Improved the tutorial for touchscreen mode
2. Fixed the in-game translation of the bonus scene in the 7-Twelve convenience store
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Update Translation Please!
Beautiful game with great character development, incredible history, backstory, and information about each and every relic that comes together to create a rich world with depth and emotion. And the graphics are pretty cool too! I love that each puzzle is unique and not simply running back and forth to find objects to A) give an NPC for an illogical reason. B) combine with another object with/for an illogical purpose. And/or C) use on something in the environment for a completely illogical reason! None of that frustrating “guess and click” stuff like having to give a cat a pickle combined with a pencil to make the car start, for example! The ONLY issue I have is the numerous places where the text has not been translated to English, making it impossible to complete tasks. I too will edit my review to 5 stars once that has been fixed.
Errr...not sure what to think.
Is it a side-scroller or something else? I think it is a side-scroller, which normally means the controls should be pretty straight forward, except they are not. Turns out it is a side-scroller with puzzles and the controls and lack of light make it impossible to figure out how to interact with and solve a puzzle. If can’t see what the game attempts to refer you to as part of the puzzle, how can you solve it? I will probably mothball the game for now and comeback to it in a few months to see if it is fixed. At the moment, it is waste of storage.
Nice game fun worth a play
I bought it on launch day. Like what I have played. I’m using a iPhone 11 Pro Max. I haven’t ran into any bugs yet myself. I give 5 stars bc it is fun and has a lot of detail. It has a good story I have played about two hours into game. I would recommend people to buy the game. If you like pixel art point and click games with a great story then buy it. I know the developers worked hard so I like to support indie games. I have bought a lot. The game is worth the money. I’m surprise it was only $3.99 I figured at least $5.99. Anyhow I see some negative reviews about bugs. I’m sure if people are using a really old iOS device they have lower ram and stuff it will be buggy.
- Boke Technology Company Limited
- 1.4 GB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.