Viewport - The Game

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About this game

《OGN G-Rank Challenge Seoul Awards Winner》
《Made with Unity Korea Awards '18 Best Student Winner》
《GIGDC 2018 Best University Student Bronze》
《2018 Indie-tuh Awards Top 3》

Subject 002 volunteers for a mysterious experiment.
There, Subject 002 starts to solve the Viewport puzzles that demand exceptional spatial ability.
Enjoy yourself as you unravel the mystery and discover shocking truth behind the experiment!

▶ Introducing Viewport

· Viewport Puzzle
Whole new type of puzzle, inspired by Viewport feature in 3D software.
The goal is to represent three different points of view of the given 3D object, observed from Top, Left, and Front angles.
You will have to utilize your spatial ability to the fullest.

The game starts off with a simple question, 'How would this 3D object look like when observed from a certain angle?', then takes you to the next question, 'How can it be drawn out?'.
Just as you are getting used to the rules, Viewport will offer new challenges that provide new gaming experience.

· A Mysterious Plot
You, Subject 002, take part in an unknown experiment.
You wake up and find yourself in an experiment, but you don't remember what the purpose of this experiment is, who's in charge of conducting it, and not even your own identity.

All you can do is solve the puzzles that are given to you and read the messages that the overseer of the experiment displays in the screen in front of you.

Everything seemed smooth until one day, you receive a mysterious message from an unknown person.
Every midnight, this unknown person sends new messages that lead you to the hidden truth.

· Diversified Stage Levels
- THE ORIGINAL STORY: A story-driven campaign pack featuring 50+ unique stages and special events.
- EVERYTHING BEHIND: An additional content pack containing 14 brand new puzzle stages.

▶ Notes

· Image Effects
Viewport makes the best use of various image effects.
Therefore, relatively low-spec devices are subject to lag or overheat issues.
In such case, SFX off is recommended (select SFX Off option in settings).

· Saving Game Data
Viewport will auto-save the progress.
Connection to the internet will allow the game progress to be automatically saved in Cloud.
When you access the game with another device using the same Google account, you will be able to load your previous progress to the new device.
Your progress will be sent to Cloud via official Google plugins,
and DimArea Games will never collect any personal information for any use.

· Google Play Log-in/Log-out
When app first runs, it will attempt to log in with Google Play account.
You can log in and out at the settings page of the home menu at any time.
It may take some time to synchronize the game progress with the new account.

· DimArea Games Contacts
Twitter, Facebook: @DimAreaGames
Updated on
Feb 18, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

389 reviews
A Google user
November 3, 2019
As a career mechanical designer, I've been using orthographic projection for most of my life. Modern CAD software has taken the challenge out of creating drawing views. Viewport brings back those old skills with the additional challenge of limiting the shapes that may be used on each puzzle. Great production values and a nice little story just add to the experience. Very nice work.
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Mike R.
May 10, 2020
Excellent UI/UX for the app generally, though the interface for manipulating the objects in the viewport could be slightly better. Interesting story for a puzzle game. The English translation is a bit clunky which not only detracts from the narrative a bit but also unintentionally complicates the word-based puzzles. Re complaints from others about performance, perhaps it would be best to ask player, after just a level or so, if they'd like to play with scaled back graphics. Love the effort.
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A Google user
April 7, 2020
So so game... The main puzzles are good, but the user interface is poor : - inability to select pieces accurately - some 'Prev' and 'Next' buttons appeared in another language - the flicking of the screen to look like an old computer terminal is actually distracting and causes eye strain The game appears to be a confusing blend of the main puzzle and a completely unrelated sentence building puzzle The story is stupid, not houmous and very annoying
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What's new


- fix invisible text issue in midnight scenes in certain languages