The Eyes of Ara

3.9
2.03K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Lose yourself in a stunning puzzle adventure set in a gorgeous 3D environment. Explore a vast, ancient castle riddled with secret vaults and hidden rooms. Solve elaborate puzzles, uncover lost treasures, and unravel a mystery bridging the scientific and the arcane.

Alone on a remote island stands a weathered castle. For years it has lain dormant yet still the townspeople recall old stories of restless dreams, violent storms, and the eerie glow of ghostly lights dancing in the mist. Recently, a mysterious signal has begun broadcasting from within the abandoned halls. Something inside the castle has awoken, now someone needs to venture inside to discover the truth.

COUNTLESS SECRETS TO DISCOVER
Weave your way through a complex web of puzzles to unlock the castle’s ultimate truth or choose your own path: search for secret vaults and hidden passageways, hunt down lost treasures, and discover the history of the castle and its former occupants.

IMMERSIVE 3D ENVIRONMENTS
Take in The Eyes of Ara’s award-winning 3D environments as you explore its richly detailed world.

INTUITIVE TOUCH CONTROLS
Tactile touch controls make exploring the castle and solving puzzles feel incredibly natural.

UNIQUELY REFINED FOR PHONES AND TABLETS
Hand-placed camera design and device-specific UIs ensures the best possible experience no matter what size screen you play on.

ORGANIC STORYTELLING
Piece together an intriguing narrative from scraps of information and visual details embedded in the world itself.

MINIMALIST INTERFACE
Investigate the castle’s secrets using a sleek, clean interface that can be hidden entirely off-screen with a tap.

EARN ACHIEVEMENTS
Track your progress and unlock a multitude of achievements.

MULTIPLE LANGUAGES SUPPORTED
Play in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, Brazilian-Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.


100 Stones Interactive is an independent games studio based in Australia
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Web: www.100stonesinteractive.com
Twitter: @100stonesgames
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Updated on
Aug 27, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

3.9
1.56K reviews
william oatman
September 24, 2023
Beautiful game. Definitely difficult throughout. I was able to get through with lots of problem solving but I had to find a walkthrough to get all the collectibles and through the epilog. But I'm glad I did because those Easter eggs and everything at the end were fantastic. The literature throughout the game was amazing as well. Pat yourselves on the back, this game is a work of art down to every detail!
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AK Betrayed
September 3, 2022
(Through a chapter.) Pros: Myst-style art, Hint of intrigue, decent challenge in its puzzles, plently of collectables for completionist-types. Records/keeps notes for easy access. Cons: Several puzzles are still a bit obtuse. (Both in how to solve/where to find them.) Easy to get lost/lack sense of direction. Collectables are easy to miss/obscured to annoying degrees. Starting to feel a little bored with Chapter Two. (Going through the motions.) But it might be worth playing in chunks.
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Zarkod Axim
April 1, 2023
It has wonderful visuals and interesting story but the controls are maddening and difficult. I like puzzles but the clues to solving them seemed misguided or poorly designed. Trying to find clues became more of a "click everywhere" rather than a well thought out direction. Underwhelming and disappointing. I've played Myst, The Room, Meridan 157, House of Da Vinci and others. I am unimpressed with Eyes of Ara. Had to use a guide and I hate doing that. Uninstalling.
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What's new

Performance improvements
Engine update