Solutions got by random tapping The solutions to the puzzles don't really make sense, so you don't feel accomplishment solving them. You just randomly tap everywhere until something happens. Even when you read the solutions online you don't get anything else it out them. Uninstalled the game halfway through cause it felt like it was wasting my time. Cool animations though.
Phenomenal I think it's a little tacky to use the satanic and illuminati type imagery to really mess with the players mood, like how Pony Island did recently, however, this was a wonderful experience. Fully worth giving a dollar for, this game has truly tested my ability to observe and put 2 and 2 together. Big ups to the creators, I'm hooked, and I'm only 12 solutions in! Best Indie food right here.
Amazing Such a great game and so cheap that I bought it twice. Here and on PC. The puzzles are very fair. All the clues are shown on screen and the answers are right in front of you, you just need to look hard enough. I managed to do all but 3 puzzles alone. Then I needed some help.
Very well thought out game design. You can find solutions online but it's best if you happen upon them yourself. It's a game of mystery, intrigue, and wonder. It definitely takes you down the rabbit hole. It's not just a simple game. I have it on Steam and Android. Play it.
Good game This game is a real mix. I managed to solve about 50% of the puzzles with no guides. Then when I ran out of steam and could no longer get any new endings I started to check the guides online. Some of this stuff was WAY too obscure for me. Vague 80's movie references, Morse code, and some other stuff that's too much of a spoiler to post here. All in all, the puzzles I solved were fun, and there were quite a few more that were my fault for missing. The obscure stuff left me very disappointed tho.
It's too much trial and error Most of the puzzles are solvable if you just keep tapping and trying different combinations with the clues on screen but the thing is there are too many clues and you don't know what they are for/refer to so in the end the game ends up being trial and error a million times until you get a different ending.
-Bug Fixed on GPGS.
A cryptic, brain-racking button-pushing simulation now reimagined in full 3D.
Program little workers to solve puzzles. The machines are coming...for your job.