Unholy Adventure 12+

Point and click adventure

Dali Games P.S.A.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 360 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Unholy Neighborhood is a adventure game point and click from the award-winning Dali Games studio. A captivating story, surprising twists, stunning graphics and engaging puzzles ensure the gameplay at the highest level.

When a dangerous cataclysm is approaching the city and your wife mysteriously disappears, you know that this day cannot end well. Embark on a dangerous mission that takes place on the floors of a haunted block. Save your wife and discover the secret behind her disappearance.

Unholy Neighborhood is the newest production of Dali Games studio, specializing in point and click adventure games, based on intriguing stories and engaging puzzles. The creators focus on socially important topics, intrigue and provoke reflection, while ensuring the gameplay at the highest level.

An amazing story full of plot twists.
Engaging gameplay with hundreds of unique puzzles.
Dozens of levels with stunning graphics.
Original musical setting.

We are an independent studio producing adventure games. We made our debut with Lucid Dream, which, thanks to the recognition of players and reviewers around the world, has won a number of awards, and the number of people playing it has exceeded 3 million! Our productions provide satisfying gameplay, often touching on difficult topics. We think outside the box, providing entertainment at the highest level.

What’s New

Version 0.0.2190

Multiple bug fixes (iPad)

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
360 Ratings

360 Ratings

Almighty Cloud ,

A worthy prequel!

Well done! I liked Lucid Dream Adventure, but it did feel like there was more that could be done with the concept. And you delivered! Fantastically weird, with some Samorost-esque environments and a good balance of answering questions and raising even more. The only hitch I hit was the magnet puzzle, I had to look up the solution to that and I STILL don't understand what the mechanics and rules of that game are. Also, I think it's a glitch, but the magnets don't make the full 90 degree rotation with their containers, so with enough rotations, they end up in another spot, which I don't think is intended.
Other than that though, I always appreciate a game that'll give us a puzzle and let us figure out the controls without spoonfeeding us. And even without any instructions, they were all quite intuitive! You should teach a lesson to...some other, bigger point and click adventure developers (looking straight at you Domini and Eipix)...how to hit that perfect balance of rewarding but not impossible.
I'm curious, did you use some clay models or hybrid digital/real life settings for some of your close-up environments? Or was that just especially well done pure digital art?

Great work, can't wait for more from this developer! I'm going back to play Lucid Dream.

Smug Life ,

Worth every cent!

Like many other reviewers, I played Lucid Dream on Apple Arcade and loved it. I downloaded Unholy Neighborhood and played through the first chapters until prompted to purchase - at which point I didn’t. Within a few days, I had broken down and paid to continue playing because I was throughly captivated by the storyline. I expected to complete the game the same evening and I was pleasantly proven wrong. This is a LONG game, much longer than you anticipate and took my probably close to 10 hours to complete, maybe longer as I wasn’t able to play through in one sitting.
Every scene is weirder and creepier than the last, and I love games that surprise you - every time you think you’ve reached the climatic ending, nope …just another twist or turn in the storyline.
Gorgeous graphics, conceptually beautiful and executed with imagination and creativity. I’m so impressed and I intend on playing Lucid Dream again….and I just downloaded Reborn.
Well done!

Pretty fairy tale game ,

Excellent indie point and click

I have played an embarrassing number of adventures games, and this one is top notch. The mechanics function smoothly, the narrative holds together, and the puzzles/use of objects is generally intuitive. Totally recommend to any players of the genre. Givens the work that goes into building high-quality games, I think the price is justified—especially since the dev actually maintains this to be compatible with the endless iOs updates.

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