Test your intelligence and memory in this challenging 3d puzzle game. Keep your eyes open, the solution is there. Can you escape the pyramid?
Play as an archaeologist who sets out on an adventure to find your brother who's gone missing in an ancient pyramid filled with rooms and puzzles. In the pyramid you encounter riddles and puzzles that need to be solved to take you to the next room, and hopefully an escape.
No Signal Productions is very proud to present this mystery-filled puzzle game that will force you to think twice before advancing to the next room.
A classical point-and-click adventure game updated with 3D-graphics and physics-based puzzles that create a new depth to the puzzle and escape room genre.
BEAUTIFUL VISUALS IN 3D
Legacy 2 - The Ancient Curse is in 3D, making it stand out from traditional puzzle escape adventure games.
CHALLENGING PUZZLES THAT MAKES SENSE
When encountering a new puzzle you are challenged to think before clicking. Do you have the correct item to solve it and escape the pyramid?
PICK UP ITEMS AND INSPECT CLUES
The rooms are filled with items and clues that are there to help you on your quest. Interact with amazing touch controls to inspect your newly found keys and tools.
PRETTY COOL GRAPHICS
Gorgeous and natural looking locations designed with simplicity in mind creates a compelling and mysterious atmosphere.
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-Fixed bug where player gets teleported to tutorial area and can't progress through it
Ratings and Reviews
The first Legacy game was fun and had good puzzles, but the implementation was, to be polite, a bit wonky- still, a good first effort and certainly worth playing.
This second installment, however, is nothing short of an exponential leap forward in every respect. I’ve never seen such an extraordinary learning curve as this from one game to the next from any other dev. As a personal note, David, you are to be congratulated for “upping your game” to such a high level so quickly. A few of the mechanics (such as the camera swooshing sound😁) are obviously influenced by the Room series, but this game stands entirely on its own as a benchmark adventure to which other puzzlers should try to measure up. The three-dimensionality was immersive; the panning was smooth; navigation felt real; puzzles were interestingly fun, challenging, and diverse; objects were cleverly used; and the story/atmosphere was engaging. The only things I would have changed would have been, perhaps, different music and the ability to zoom back out of an area, but that’s really just kinda nitpicking. As far as I’m concerned, this is absolutely one of the best games of its kind that I’ve played (and I’ve played quite a few). I am truly looking forward to the third one... heck, I might even buy it now😄. Please keep making more great games, David.
Thank God for the map
Overall I enjoyed the game and puzzles within. It got exponentially easier to navigate once I figured out there was a map and each room labeled. I definitely needed the camera in game because it marked the room number on it. Unfortunately though it only stored 20 pictures before I got an error. If it was unlimited I think this would be better. There is just not much chance at remembering where each room is on your own. A few rooms were also labeled one number but had multiple subrooms and that was a bit tricky figuring out. I also wish the map and fast travel option within it would have been introduced in the tutorial. In fact, I wish the tutorial would have had an concrete ending. It just sorta stopped after the first door (I think). A few more pieces of guidance in game mechanics and I would have been totally happy.
Oh and the only other odd thing was that with the new artifact for walking on ceilings seems to not totally work. Meaning once I was up there I actually couldn't get back down. I had to fast travel to another room to get back on the floor. There wasn't any intro to the artifact powers so I was blindly clicking everywhere I could find, but no purple area showed up that allowed me to go back down. That should definitely be remedied if possible.
This game just keeps on giving. I play a little bit every night before bed and it has lasted a month at least. Interesting and challenging to just the right degree. Some puzzles are similar to each other, but fun to play (he does great stuff with light beams) but most are so different from each other that every room has lots of novel challenges. Extremely creative, especially enjoy that one function that eventually appears as an icon in the lower right hand corner with the arrow (hey I’m not putting any spoilers in here). That one i have used several times just for fun! Have already bought 3 in advance that I won’t miss a day. Don’t want it to end! Might be interesting if you had the option to turn off the hints, for that extra level of “now what?” That makes such games so intriguing. I love that this game has no time-pressure challenges…. Zero puzzles where you have to do something within a a certain amount of time or restart (or even worse, die or sustain injuries, which even in a video game is insanely stressful). I like the music a lot too…..mysterious but not creepy, and not too repetitive. Kudos on all aspects. Thank you for this wonderful game. More please.
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- David Adrian
- 259.4 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © David Adrian 2023
- In-App Purchases
- Full Game Upgrade $2.99