Strange Telephone

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4.5
195 reviews
5K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

* Dialog related to permission to write SD card at the first game start may be displayed, but in this game we will only write save data of game play.

Overview

Strange Telephone is a point and click adventure game depicted using pixel art style graphics offering multiple endings.

Jill -- the young protagonist -- wakes up in an unknown, dark and eerie place with only exit locked down by an intimidating door.

Looks like poor Jill is trapped in this place forever.
But wait! This is where her friend Graham who takes shape of a classic telephone comes to the rescue.

Jill can use Graham's dialpad to call up a vast variety of worlds for her to explore.
Your objective is to collect items scattered through the different worlds and use them to solve puzzles and ultimately obtain the key for your escape.

Visit different worlds to collect items and modify the world to your advantage. Start by simply making a phone call.

Each phone number will uniquely define the generated world. Dialing the same number will take you to the same world every time. Feel free to share the numbers among your friends by means of your choice. (You will have to do this outside of the app)

Basic controls
- Tap an object to approach and inspect.
- "Call" button will bring up the calling interface. Dial any combination to generate a world to explore.
Updated on
Sep 1, 2019

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4.5
195 reviews
A Google user
March 2, 2019
Once again, we're reminded of the fact that game development is not only a craft. It's art. It's not just the pixel-art, which is lovely. This game flips the premise of point & click adventure on its head: exploring is the goal and the little puzzles you solve are the means to that end. However cute Jill is, the real star of the game is the environment. It creates a nice eerie, surreal atmosphere and works well with the offkey chiptunes. I'm gonna keep an eye on this dev!
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A Google user
June 4, 2019
I like the open ended nature of how to approach the game. The trial and error of the phone can be a bit daunting, but it has this old school gaming approach that begs you to take your own notes in where your cold calls lead. Was a pleasant surprise.
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A Google user
February 11, 2019
This game is okay. The style of it and the idea behind it is very interesting, but the game is otherwise... meh. There is a lot of aimless running around and expirimenting, and the music is very, very repetitive.
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What's new

- 64bit support
- Change splash screen logos