The Sense Point: Chapter 1 4+

Claymation Point & Click Game

Mikhail Ichshenko

    • 3.9 • 113 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Sen and his robot sidekick Po arrive on a mysterious space island – and they’ll need your help to solve a series of tricky puzzles if they’re to work out what’s going on.

Puzzle & Adventure Game. Plasticine clay world with a beautiful hand-sculpted environment. Powered by stop motion animation.

What’s New

Version 1.09

-Play the first level for free, in-app purchase to unlock the rest.

Nominated Game of the Day in the App Store:

"The Sense Point wins instant kudos for being made entirely out of plasticine figures and sets, and brought to life by stop-motion animation. It gives this strange gameworld a unique, homely charm – thumbprints and all. Switch between controlling Sen and Po – depending on who’s best suited to each challenge – to plot a route through caves, input codes and symbols into mysterious panels and collect video slides that might unearth more information about your enigmatic setting."

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
113 Ratings

113 Ratings

vn13955 ,

Screen resolution does not fit iPhoneX

I have an iPhoneX and it appears that the scene does not fit entirely in the iPhone X display. The bottom of the game's scene is below (outside) the display. I found out totally by chance, as I got stuck in the game and had to use the hints, and one hint directed me to locate a hole in the ground at the bottom part of the screen..... Which was clearly, according to the hints drawings, outside (below bottom edge) of the display. If the developer contacts me I can send a screen-shot. Needless to say, I cannot move forward in the game because I cannot visit that hole in the ground... And that's about it. This wraps up my experience with the game. Too bad. Nevertheless, the 2 stars are for the effort, the nice artwork and good atmosphere of the game Updated : Thank you for contacting me. I've sent screen shots of the actual display in iPhone X, together with the clue that directs to an un-reachable hole in the ground.

Thanks for clarifying the hint with "the hole in the ground". Now I see I was focusing on the wrong thing. I also did not manage to understand that the map (top view) can move and I kept tapping it instead of dragging sideways... It would be nice if you drew small arrows that show it can move...

Thank you for the useful response. I'm continuing with the game... :-)

Changed the rating to 4 stars


Developer Response ,

Hi, thank you for reaching out! There are no holes in the ground needed for the game. Please email us a screen shot at

Christa Dub ,

The Neverhood Nostalgia

If you’re like me, you grew up playing The Neverhood over and over again. This game brings back all the magic and whimsy that I first felt all those years ago. Absolutely fantastic visuals and pretty intuitive controls. I do think a quick run through on how to switch between characters could have been helpful, but I picked it up within a minute or two.

Overall love the nostalgia I feel while playing the game. Excited to see if the developer will continue to create claymation style games or other Doug TenNapel inspired game styles.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the positive feedback. We are working on improving game mechanics and better character control at this vary moment!

Jamcat1190 ,

I don’t get it

The clay art is cute and the controls work well. That is the only good thing I have to say about this game. It’s totally unintuitive and offers no explanation on what to do or what the goal is. What are the square things that I’m supposed to pick up and what do I do with them? Why do I have to wait 2 minutes for the guy to charge a battery to get a hint??? This makes zero sense. I already paid $5 for the game…this should include being able to get hints whenever I want without having to sit and wait. The few hints I have gotten don’t really offer any help. They might tell me to push a button, but I don’t need help figuring out how to push a button…what I need is help figuring out which symbols correspond to which colors. I’m frustrated and requesting a refund because I don’t want to waste anymore time trying to figure this game out.

App Privacy

The developer, Mikhail Ichshenko, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.

You Might Also Like