Mystery Of Camp Enigma 12+

Detective Escape Adventure

M9 Creative LTD

Designed for iPad

    • 3.3 • 14 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Discover the top secret military base of Camp Enigma. A mysterious hidden away island military communications base where few people have ever heard of. Everything was operating as usual until mid August when the entire army personnel disappeared and communication went silent.

Where did the army personnel go? Was there an accident on the base? Is there a more sinister motive at play?

As a leading specialist private investigator, you are to be first on the scene to investigate the mystery disappearance and embark on an adventure to traverse the island to the communications tower.

Will you make it? Do you have the puzzle solving skills it takes to navigate a secret military island, solving the puzzles, riddles and obstacles that block your way?


* Point & Click Adventuring with Inventory / Combine use items
* 5 Hours + Gameplay with AutoSave
* Large Outdoor, Underground & Indoor areas to explore
* Beautiful Artwork, Items & Collectables
* Immersive Adventure Soundtrack & Effects
* Free to Play



Reports are coming in that communication to Camp Enigma has ceased as of 14th August 1800 hours.

Investigators are being primed and readied for transport to the island. Due to your expert knowledge of investigating complex military base locations, you have been chosen to be first on the scene.

You are required to travel to Camp Enigma, which comprises of three main areas. Once on the island make your way via the island storage facility to the underground military training bunker. After investigating these areas make your way via secure elevator to the main radio communication tower where you will reestablish communication to the mainland.

The mission should be routine and your report is expected within the next few days.


Mystery Of Camp Enigma is a first person point and click graphic puzzle adventure, similar to games you may have played in the ’90’s or similar to a virtual escape rooms you may have played. A simple gameplay interface consisting of the world that you explore and an inventory panel where you can collect, combine and use items you find along the way to solve puzzles.

Explore areas, collect hidden objects and take in your surroundings. You will need all of your puzzle solving skills to put together a plan to make your way through, solving riddles and down the many paths.

How you tackle the puzzles is down to you. Each puzzle has a logical solution, so take your time, there is no rush and enjoy the process of understanding what you have to do.

What’s New

Version 1.1.1

I have made some graphic optimisations for a smoother experience.

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

Super Mouse1234567890 ,

Decent game

Just be warned, it only saves when you complete a level.

Developer Response ,

Hi there, thanks for playing. Your progress is automatically saved as you complete each level of the game. Use the continue button on the main menu to pick up where you left off.

bdbino ,

Could be great, couple big problems

I had high hopes for this game, the graphics looked good and the story sounded interesting. I only played the free part of the game. I decided not to purchase it because of the following issues:

1. This game is soooo freaking dark! Even with the brightness cranked up I could barely see the things I was supposed to be clicking on.

2. Useless hints. If there’s a locked door and I click hint it is not at all helpful to tell me I need to find a key. I understand not wanting to completely give away the solution but maybe use a graduated hint system where the hints get progressively more detailed.

3. The game is completely linear. There is only one correct thing to do at any time, nothing can be done out of order. This makes the game feel very unnatural, it is the opposite of immersion.

4. Similarly you can’t interact with anything other than the things needed to progress the task. I like games where I can read signs, pick up papers on a desk and decide for MYSELF what’s useful and what’s not. At the very least I’d like to be able to click on things and have the character give me some feedback and a basic description. Especially since I can’t see what most things are.

Again, I think there is some real potential here, but in its current state it is not something I’m willing to pay for.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the feedback, I'm sorry to hear my game wasn't for you. I'd like to feel my newer games are much better and have developed since Mystery of Camp Enigma was first made. 

Sadly supporting a free game doesn't pay the bills, so in the meantime I will be concentrating on newer titles. 

In the future I will add all the features and improvements I have learned over the years and make the game even better.

Thanks again.

Jamcat1190 ,


I finished the tutorial and then spent 15 min of random clicking and getting I’m giving up. The hints are useless...things like telling me I need to break the lock in order to enter an area. Well no kidding. I can tell that just by looking at the padlock on the door. A useful hint would be to give a tip on HOW to break the lock, or directing me to the location of a tool I can use to break it. Also, there is no notebook to jot down clues and no way to save screenshots in the game, so there’s a lot of back tracking to to see the clues/codes again when you figure out where they are used...which I never did. At least I didn’t spend any money for my 15 min of frustration.

Developer Response ,

Hi there, sorry to hear you didn't enjoy my game. The hints were designed not to spoil the fun of solving the locks and challenges. Maybe check out YouTube for a few walkthroughs that others have done for some hints to what to do next?

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