Sigils Of Elohim

4.3
1.75K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

Sigils of Elohim is a free mini-game prelude to Croteam’s upcoming first-person puzzler The Talos Principle that challenges players to solve dozens of formidable sigil puzzles under the watchful eye of Elohim. Subjects are tasked with deciphering a series of puzzle sets by rotating and placing the sigil shapes within the board in an effort to unlock helpful items and relics within The Talos Principle.
Features

Unravel the secrets of Elohim by completing nearly a hundred sigil puzzles as Sigils of Elohim is updated with new puzzle sets leading up to the launch of The Talos Principle.

Acquire items and relics in Sigils of Elohim that transfer over to the console and PC versions of The Talos Principle.

About The Talos Principle
The Talos Principle is a philosophical first-person puzzle game from Croteam, the creators of the Serious Sam series, and written by Tom Jubert (FTL, The Swapper) and Jonas Kyratzes (Infinite Ocean). Assume the role of a sentient artificial intelligence placed within a simulation of humanity’s greatest ruins and linked together through an arcane cathedral. Players are tasked with solving a series of increasingly complex puzzles woven into a metaphysical parable about intelligence and meaning in an inevitably doomed world.
Updated on
Dec 15, 2014

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4.3
1.75K reviews
A Google user
November 21, 2019
A nice companion to the Talos Principle and a fun timewaster, but the difficulty is really inconsistent. Some puzzles I could solve in less than 10 seconds, while others took more than a day sometimes. But hey, no microtransactions so that's cool.
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Luba Brewster (LubaB)
January 7, 2021
Great puzzles to train your brain. The background music is beautiful. I have noticed that I spent more time on group A, then finished group C in shorter time and finally group B just in a little bit more than an hour. The puzzles took me approximately from 10 seconds to 24 minutes to solve. And easy ones mixed with difficult is a smart approach - it gives you encouragement and some 'gasp of fresh air' (aka breaks) before start of difficult ones.
25 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
October 24, 2018
Perfect, except it was a bit shorter than expected, and the volume controls were a bit gimmicky to find at first. Totally worth every minute
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Unlocked pack "C"