Strange Telephone is a 2D adventure game in which the player explores strange worlds created with merely 6 digits, and has multiple endings.
The protagonist Jill is trapped in a dark world with a large door floating before her. She is aided by Graham, who takes on the form of a telephone. Making phone calls with Graham creates various worlds that can be explored. In each of these worlds are items to be found, including the key that will lead to her escape.
- Fixed bug that endings, archives, settings disappeared (tentative)
- Fixed a bug that scanning line setting is not reflected on the title screen and setting screen
- Fixed bug of "Kakakaku" fixed
- Fixed an issue where the Geo-I and Geo-II entries were reversed
- Fixed a bug that charging button does not work on iOS
Ratings and Reviews
A very strange point and click
A randomly generated point and click is unusual, though this game makes it quite a fun experience! Exploring the worlds are quite fun.
It's a bit short though I think it's worth it if you like the tone of games like yume nikki. There are multiple endings but i've only managed to get three of them so far.
Good pixelart and music, definitely worth dropping some cash on.
Latest Update Broke the Game
After the latest update, the game will not load on iPhone X. Please fix. Loved the game before this and will update my review after its fixed. Developer website is entirely in another language and I can’t read where to go.
I took a chance on this game. It had no reviews or ratings at the time. Essentially, you enter random phone numbers that transport the player to different rooms looking for objects and clues to help escape. Beyond that, it plays like a point-and-click adventure game.
You’re encouraged by the developer to share numbers with other players. But, I feel like that may lead to unsatisfying spoilers (don’t know). On the other hand, the alternative is to just get lucky calling random numbers. So far, that’s what I’ve been doing with *some* success.
It’s a cool idea, but it’s difficult for me to see if this game mechanic is ultimately going to be endearing or not. Ultimately, I like how unique the game is. But, given the sheer number of permutations, a lot of rooms feel empty and useless. Progress feels random; without outside help, that’s what it largely is.
- Yuta Yamamoto
- 134.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © 2019 HZ3 Software
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.