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Meridian 157: Prologue is a point and click puzzle game focused on engaging puzzles, immersive visuals and an exciting storyline. It is the first part of the Meridian 157 series, where you play as detective David Zander investigating a mysterious weather anomaly in the northern Pacific Ocean. Use your wits to solve puzzles and overcome obstacles to find a way deeper into the island in order to uncover the mystery behind the 157th meridian!
• Elegant and eerie graphics with atmospheric sound effects and animations
• Lots of challenging and fun puzzles, perfect for all audiences
• Immersive ambient music tracks
• First part of an exciting storyline
• Completely free and no ads
• Available in 8 different languages!
• Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
A really, really good game!
This is a really good little game with fun and challenging puzzles, wonderful art, a great spooky atmosphere, and an intriguing story. I'm really looking forward to the upcoming chapters to play more and see how the story develops. As others have said, it's short but it's only the prologue and it's free, so no problem there. Gameplay worked well for me.... quick transitions and a responsive interface. I only had one issue which was with the clue for the drawbridge controls... I didn't get that clue at all.... don't see the relationship of clue and puzzle and needed a walkthrough for that one. I had played at first at 'hard' level and went back at 'normal' level to see if it was any better at that level and it wasn't. As another player has said, the hint didn't help.... it only told me what I already thought.... and then gave the complete solution. Even after seeing the solution I still don't understand how to interpret the clue. But still five stars because, other than that, it's just so good. Thank you developers! It's great to see a new dev bringing such quality work to the party! I'm ready for more and will be on the lookout for your future endeavors!
Not a bad game
I was a bit dismayed at the developer’s comments for some of the critical reviews, which initially turned me off. Then reading some of the more positive reviews, and being a fan of the genre, I decided to give the free prologue a test drive (after all, that’s the whole point of why they made the free prologue). For a small development team (I think 2 ppl based on another review) this seems really well done. It’s definitely closer to Myst than to games like The Room, so I can understand why some players disliked the design and gameplay. However, I found it to be enjoyable. The puzzles themselves were on the easier side, though one of them did not seem to relate at all to the in game clue (not hint) so that had me stumped. The player does spend most of their time clicking through the world and searching for items, that’s the genre, so if it’s not for you I’d move along. This type of game is more about the exploration of the world than just solving puzzles. As with games of its kind, Meridian suffers from the player sometimes having to click around, unsure of whether they’ve missed something or not. Again though, that’s part of the puzzle aspect—figuring out what you need in order to move forward. The storyline is intriguing, and since I like a good scavenger hunt I’ll give one of the paid chapters a try. My one suggestion would be that the devs work on their professionalism when addressing critiques of the game, and not take an aggressive tone with players.
Fantastic game with great atmosphere
I have spent thousands of dollars on IPhone games over the years, often just to support the developers who thankfully haven’t turned to the dark side(“free-to-play”) This game is actually a FANTASTIC point and click adventure and is absolutely worth atleast a couple bucks. Brilliant move making the prologue free, as hopefully it will allow players to see how great a game this is and hopefully invest in the future chapters. I have already purchased chapter 1 (havnt started yet) and will absolutely be purchasing every chapter released.
Great hint system, beautiful graphics, interesting location and story, and pickup objects are not overly-hidden. It’s generally fairly apparent which objects can be interacted with, and you always feel as like you are making progress. Amazing game, and I absolutely recommend everyone atleast try the prologue, and if you enjoy it, support the dev so they can continue making actual good games, and not the freemium b.s. that sadly is flooding the market, replacing actual fun games. 10 out of 10 for this guy👍🏼
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- NovaSoft Interactive Limited
- 109.2 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2020 NovaSoft Interactive Ltd.
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