Krystopia is an escape room game that challenges and captivates you with intriguing laser puzzles, robots and hidden objects.
"Best game of the week - it's all held together with enchanting music and cute animations"
- Pocket Gamer
● Chapter 1: Easy
● Chapter 2: Medium
● Chapter 3 & 4: Hard
Follow Nova Dune, a space explorer in her adventure to find out about the unfamiliar distress signal she received aboard her ship. Determined to investigate it, she finds herself on a desolated planet where all civilization has vanished.
Your objective is to guide Nova in her search for clues. Observe, think and solve ingenious puzzles to reconstitute the story of the strange land she's treading upon. Investigate the causes that left the planet empty to resolve the intricate mystery of the long lost civilization.
What happened to Krystopia?
● Average playthrough: 3-4,5 hours
● No ads: enjoy your journey into Krystopia with no interruptions
● Innovative puzzles: Think in 3D and use creativity to escape the room by solving increasingly challenging puzzles in the game
● Immersive gameplay: Interact with the world, crush objects and find secrets spread around the rooms
● Exploration of a distant world: Unwind by watching the beautiful environment
● Ambient story: Learn about the disappeared civilization as you are walking through the world of Krystopia
● Voiceover narrative: Listen to Nova telling you about her findings and experience the personality of a curious Scavenger
Device requirements: Krystopia is best played on devices running iOS 13 or later.
- Added Russian language option
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Increasingly complex puzzles
Nice graphics and background music. I like how the puzzles are consistent but become more complex. Especially trying to figure out to combo the power sources to complete a circuit and get the extra power source to appear from its hiding place.
Levels 3-4 have the flavor of The Room: Old Sins, where you have to keep traversing back and forth between rooms to find then use the objects.
I would not, however, call this a Room Escape game. More of a mystery journey. And that is the reason for knocking it one star. The story seems to be all mystery, no destination, and the relics are just there as part of the story plot. Maybe in future versions the relics will point to something?
One other piece of advice I would give for the next chapter: When I save and exit, then re-enter, it should take to wherever I was. This one seems to backtrack a bit, like to the original room. It does save all the puzzles I solved and items I collected, but I still have to navigate from the “front door” to wherever I exited. Minor detail though.
All around great game. Very soothing and satisfying.
Very fun, very addictive.
I saw a bunch of reviews about the free version of this game being to short(only the intro chapter). I’m assuming that the devs decided to make chapter two ftp as well. This was a fantastic move on their part. I downloaded the game about an hour ago and just completed the second chapter and will be buying the full version shortly. This game is addictive. The puzzles are challenging, while not being impossible. With attention to detail and a bit of cunning, this game is a blast. I do wish it was a little longer, but if chapters 3&4 are as fun and interesting as chapter 2, I do believe it is $3 well spent. Devs, keep up the great work the art style is amazing. The details in the terrain is fantastic. It’s not often you see such attention to detail in mobile games. This is the first review/rating I have ever written and I do believe this game deserves the rating. Seriously fun, seriously challenging, seriously addictive. If you like puzzle games, you’ve found the right one.
This game has a lovely relaxing soundtrack, simple controls and a decent challenge, especially if you love the Faraway or Room series. I actually found some of the puzzles more difficult than both of those series which was nice as a veteran of old school point and clicks. I do have two small critiques though. A decent number of puzzles use a laser that can be dialed around in a circle. For some of these, especially later, I found the full 360 range very delicate to line up just right, which made some of the puzzles challenging for the wrong reason. The other critique is just the length. While each chapter is very multi-layered, there are only 4 chapters so far. I’m hoping this second issue is temporary and more chapters will come along at some point. Thanks for a fun game!!
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- Antler Interactive AB
- 594.7 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- © 2019 Antler Interactive AB
- In-App Purchases
- All chapters $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.