Meridian 157: Chapter 2 HD 9+

Find, explore, solve a mystery

NovaSoft Interactive Ltd

    • 4.8 • 170 Ratings
    • $2.99



In both a figurative and literal sense, forensic meteorologist David Zander has hit rock bottom. Trapped deep underground on a lost and forgotten island, David’s priority shifts from finding answers about the mystery surrounding him, to surviving the crisis he now finds himself trapped in. It’s now up to you to find an escape from the madness of meridian 157, but be warned, as escape may not come so easily. Will David find the answers he searched so hard for, or will his efforts all be in vain?

Meridian 157 is a point and click adventure series involving interactive puzzles and an intriguing storyline taking place over a long series of chapters. Built using state of the art rendering technology, this installment focuses on immersing players in unique and frightening environments, while allowing them to enjoy notable puzzles and engaging interactions. Try out the fully free prologue to get a taste for what the Meridian series has to offer!

• Custom written music to compliment the high quality visuals
• All new item combine feature, supporting many different styles of play
• Latest episode continuing a spooky and thrilling storyline
• Challenging but
• A logical hint system for some of the most difficult riddles
• Available in 9 languages, including English, French, Russian, German, Chinese (Mandarin), Spanish, Portuguese and Italian!
• New colour blind mode available for people who might have trouble with colour based puzzles

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What’s New

Version 1.0.6

• Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
170 Ratings

170 Ratings

PainterTwentyFour ,

I feel like I’m really in this mystery

A very carefully thought out adventure game with puzzles that are more fun than painful. I love that I’m alone (mostly) and that I don’t have to shoot at anything (except the one time with the crossbow when I actually couldn’t get it to work right). I got a creepy and lonely feeling from most of the game. But I actually wanted to hang out in some of the scenes for longer just for the interesting visuals and absolutely amazing perspective and the sense of age/patina on all the surfaces. It’s all very serious though, and occasionally I wanted something ridiculous to happen instead of just unlocking a door and reaching in to get whatever it was in the closet/box/room. I love all the colors in this game. The dirt looks dirty, muddy or dusty. The cold scenes FEEL cold and the color schemes are perfect for temperatures we are “experiencing.” The overwhelming feeling I get from playing this game is solitude with a side of dread. The character only gets sleepy a few times in this series and never gets hungry. I sort of wanted my character to have to forage for food or try to open a 35-year-old can of food. All my wishes aside for a more real sense of going through this ordeal, this is an absolutely intriguing series.

AuntieR-DC ,

This is a breakthrough game

Fun to play with a great storyline.
It's fun because so many pain points have been removed. Movin garound is simple. Click on where you want to go in the very detailed scenes and you go there.
Click on a back arrow and you go back. You don't get lost and even better you don't get dizzy. Stuck on what to do next just click on the hint and you get a great suggestion on what to do. Stuck on a puzzle? Click on hint and you get the next step in the puzzle. No having to leave the game and look on the Internet for solutions. The game is split into chapters. Pay a small amount on the App Store and you get a chapter. Very nice business model. I played prologue for free on Apple Arcade and buying chapter 1 and then chapter 2 was a no brainer. Add in the game does not do data collection and this is the business template I wish more games would use. Great puzzles - fun game. A winner.

SonicAlbert3 ,

Good Game

This Meridian series is the first time in a long while I've felt a game was worth the money to play. The Prologue got me intrigued. Chapter 1 felt a bit short, but Chapter 2 is a nice length. The series has an interesting story line, nice graphics, and a sense of mystery and suspense to it. Sort of Myst like. While the logic of some of the puzzles make no sense to me even after knowing the solution, mostly they are enjoyable and solvable. I'll be buying the final chapter when it comes out.

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