SUBJECT 13 12+


    • 2.7 • 3 Ratings
    • $9.99



Can you escape from the prison of your past?

In Subject 13, you'll play Franklin Fargo, a quiet physics professor. Franklin has led a lonely and bitter existence ever since his fiancée Sophie died. She was killed in a holdup in which he was supposed to be the victim. One morning, he wakes up in the middle of an underground scientific facility that has been abandoned. His only link with the outside world is a voice that calls him "Subject 13". His goal: Escape from the place he's trapped in, and learn more about why he's been imprisoned.


Subject 13 is the new adventure game developed by Paul Cuisset—the man behind "Flashback", "Future Wars: Adventures in Time" and "Moto Racer"—in partnership with Microïds. This is a true adventure game. It depicts a mysterious universe filled with secret hiding places and all kinds of mechanisms that the player discovers, analyzes, and activates. There are also objects to collect and to figure out how to use in the backdrops…

Subject 13 will make you travel from a secret base that has been abandoned to a strange and mysterious island, and in other places, so you can discover the real story.

You'll have to muster all your insight and intelligence for this daunting challenge.


• Original plot
• Stunning 3D rendering
• Intuitive interface
• Progressive difficulty
• Quality dubbing


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Ratings and Reviews

2.7 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Non Compos Mentis ,

Nice Graphics, decent gameplay

It’s somewhat interesting and challenging up until the end where you have to play a 3D cylindrical Star-Trek version of Minesweeper… The puzzles are tough, the graphics are nice, the story is “meh”. Not a waste of money, but kind of a let down.

gpb9393 ,

Fun until the end

I really enjoyed the plotline and the puzzles as they progressed throughout the game. The interface is smooth and graphics good. The final huge mindsweeper style puzzle was really over the top and fun evaporated into frustration at that final bit. Thankfully that was the last puzzle. Otherwise, a great game for this low a price point.

Grumpy iOS developer ,

Can't even launch it on Big Sur

The app launches, asks for the resolution and graphics performance I want to use, and the crashes after I enter my choices. My laptop has more than enough processor and memory to run it, so it's not that.

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