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 a bug in room 9 which caused you get trapped
Almost all rooms have been made brighter.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
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.
Legacy The Ancient Curse
I enjoyed this game and thought it was a huge improvement over The Lost Pyramid which I purchased but abandoned because it had no rhyme or reason to it. I am a huge fan of The Room Series and House of Da Vinci so was looking for something in that same vein when I happened upon this game.
There were many enjoyable thought provoking puzzles to solve, which are great fun and challenging. The graphics and visual effects were superb. Some of the execution methods were a little flat but for the most part a great job in creating the game.
I must say many of the puzzles solutions were not intuitive or logical or followed pattern so there was basically nothing to work from bluebrain games always guide you with a common theme throughout the game so you know, sort of, how a puzzle will be solved. I still don’t understand the domino tile puzzle solution . Those numbers were totally unrelated. At the end of the game we were left with the Eye of Ka in the inventory bag (?). We shouldn’t have been able to end the game with any remaining inventory pieces. The ending didn’t tie up all lose ends of the game. That should always be the objective .
Love the evolution
I have played many of these kinds of games and I very much enjoyed this one however.
So I have played each game. The one thing that each was lost for me was the context clues in the game themselves. With the understanding that this isn’t the first person through the pyramid I would imagine there would be more in game “clues” where the story would be involved and allowing for game play to be more engaging. Weather they were scribed on the wall or in scripture in the pyramid I would have like to be a little more into the “research” within the pyramid. There were just some places that there just didn’t seem like there was a connection presented in game to what I was having to do until after I was doing it.
I like the game play though I feel the navigation, where you click to move forward, turning and looking around could be smoother.
Overall I would highly recommend this game to someone that wants a challenge and a solid experience. Thank you for putting up the game and I look forward to playing more. Also more than happy to be a tester for any new projects you have. Cheers Dave and crew.
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