You are a private detective. After receiving a letter from your father, asking for help, you go to the small town of Redcliff.
The city is completely empty. Where have all the inhabitants gone? What happened to your father?
This is what you have to find out. Explore the city, find clues, solve puzzles, open locks to advance your investigation. The game is a mixture of escape the room and classic quests.
- Fully 3D levels that can and should be rotated to inspect them from another angle.
- Variety of locations from the usual residential building to the ancient catacombs.
- Interactive world
- Many puzzles
- Detective story, with unexpected plot twists.
Best Mobile Game - Indie Prize Award
Best Mobile Game - DevGAMM’2019
Best Mobile Game - GTP Indie Cup W'19
Best Indie Game (Nominee) - DevGAMM’2019
Excellence in Game Design (Nominee) - DevGAMM’2019
Ratings and Reviews
Great game you have too pay
This was an amazing game! I spent hours on it by far one of my favorite games everybody’s complaining about ads maybe it’s because Wi-Fi or something but the whole time I didn’t have any ads even if I wanted to have a hint, I didn’t get forced to have an ad. I think it’s just a glitch with my Wi-Fi or something. Debating on paying it’s only three dollars a half to see I probably will but I’m saving up for a trip! This was an amazing game I would say probably 12-year-old not 4+, Not because it’s inappropriate or anything I just think that would just need a 12-year-old to actually be able to figure out the stuff without a hint! Amazing mechanisms and wonderful story you truly never know or can predict what’s going to happen next. It’s not repetitive like most games. It’s truly one of the best games. It’s very time consuming, which I like, as I spent a lot of hours on the first one, but it’s so addicting so you don’t have to spend hours you can take a break in between chapters if you want I was just really getting into it. It has nice graphics and scenes. I’m playing on the phone so it’s very easy to maneuver on any device if you can do it on a phone! Anyway, I would rated 10 stars if I could so excited for the new chapter, I actually think I might buy it and I’ll play it on the on my vacation!
Looks good, is somewhat interesting, but the puzzles…
This game has a great look and it is pretty interesting. Unfortunately, the main mechanic of a game like this is the puzzles, and a number of the puzzles are just nonsense. For many solutions, there is absolutely no reason you should think to do what the game has you do. For example, there is a locked power box that you have to get into. The solution is to use your pliers to loosed the hinges on the door. The problem with this is that it is complete nonsense. If I loosen the hinges, the door would still be locked, and it would not come off. Therefore, no one would reasonably think to do that. This is the worst one I’ve encountered so far, but there are a number of puzzles that are like that in the game. The solution is something that is not logical at all and cannot be reasonably expected to be tried. Sometimes the issue is with view. The lighting, sizing, and camera angle can make it impossible to notice some essential things unless a hint points them out. You may have clicked the area multiple times but not hit the exact tiny thing you can’t really see. This game could be better, but it’s not terrible, the atmosphere makes it somewhat enjoyable, but I keep running into puzzles that frustrate me because the solution is nonsense and it’s cheapens the experience.
Adventure, story, puzzle. Yes, please!
This game has several chapters, making it quite the bargain for the price. Interesting plot line. Graphics that support the plot. I did find some of the puzzles a bit too much, not being able to make all the connections, even when I fell back on the hints. The hint system is both good and necessary. Generally the hints will start out with a simple direction, giving you the opportunity to figure out most of the puzzle, and only giving you the answer if you really need it. Having said that, as noted, there were a few times when even given the answer I realized I never would’ve figured it out. But I played many games with much worse problems. There are a few things you learn at the beginning, such as the fact that you always have a limited view. So you have to rotate the view so that you see in all directions around you. Setting all this aside, this is the kind of game that I buy in a heartbeat. I certainly look forward to new offerings from this developer.
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- KIARY GAMES LTD
- 641.4 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Turkish
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- © Kiary Games ltd
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- Full set $2.99
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