In this point and click, room-escape style adventure game, players explore the mysterious home of the famous missing scientist, Doctor Teresa Von Awesome. The doctor's research and inventions uncover puzzles that hold the key to her disappearance. Players search for clues and items as they try to solve the unfolding series of puzzles through nearly one hundred atmospheric environments.
- Collect dozens of items and unlock puzzles as you uncover new secrets.
- High detail atmospheric imagery and original music.
- In Game hints system can be toggled on or off.
We hope you come and explore the Mystery on Telescope Hill !
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
- update to run-time environment
- fix for 'Clock Puzzle'
- update 'Dining Table Letters'
Ratings and Reviews
This game is solid, and a decent way to pass a few hours. The puzzles are moderately challenging and, unlike in some games, are organic to the story and the environment. The puzzles are also more well constructed than in some games in this genre, avoiding repetitive slider and combination lock puzzles. The only downside to me may be that the game is a tad on the short side.
Overall, I like the Aircamp games, but this is probably the least of the three; I think Chimera Labs and Beyond Time are better games, and twice as long. Even so, Telescope Hill carries the same solid, organic puzzle style those games do, and that I think elevates the Room and House of DaVinci games. The Aircamp games aren’t quite as good as those, but they’re close, and worth playing.
Muddy, clunky, needs work
This game looked like it had promise, and in some ways it does, but it’s far off the mark. There appears to have been a lot of work that went into Telescope Hill. It’s a big game, lots going on, many scenes and locations. Where it falls flat is in the execution. First and most important is the the low resolution. The art looks like it has been enlarged too many times, to the point that the scenes are out of focus and confusingly fuzzy. There is no defining sharpness at all. Add to this the sophomoric sound (which I simply turned off), poor language skills, and the vague, often unresponsive tapping points and you have what is in the end a really tiresome disappointment. I just couldn’t stick it. But I can’t brush it off with only one star, because it does have a lot of promise. It badly needs to be redone, though, perhaps by a more experienced and/or skillful team?
Stuck...restarted the game
I'm stuck on the clock bug.... the game is essentially over for me. Bummer. It looked to be an interesting way to spend an evening.... I restarted the game then as soon as I got the clock hand I set the clock and it worked. I didn't check the clue or do anything that might operate the bug. That was the only bug. I enjoyed the game very much. I might even re-play it sometime.
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- Aircamp Industries, LLC
- 64.3 MB
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 6.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © 2014 Aircamp Industries, LLC
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.