Relic Seeker: Hypogeum

3.9
502 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

The 3D puzzle adventure game that takes place in magnificent ancient ruins.

Archaeologist Lewis Deacon begins to investigate an ancient temple at the request of a certain institution. As he explores the site, he learns that the stories engraved there are related to the aliens who visited the Earth in the ancient times. Lewis has to solve the puzzles on his way, and as he goes deep underground, he gets closer to even bigger secrets.

You, as Lewis, will explore the ancient ruins and uncover the mysteries that have come from outer space.

Relic Seeker: Hypogeum is a 3D puzzle adventure game where you can freely navigate through various spaces, solve puzzles, and find secret clues.

This game is implemented so that you can solve the puzzles by touching or dragging the object on screen.

And there are many cool 3D puzzles than other room escape games.

The game is largely composed of three chapters, and you can enjoy the various beautiful scenery in Full 3D view for each chapter.

Now, begin your journey to the distant past.

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Updated on
Feb 12, 2019

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3.9
502 reviews
A Google user
December 30, 2018
I loved it, couldn't put it down! Excited for the sequel! The graphics were great, puzzles just the right amount of difficulty, and they flowed nicely throughout. I liked the added back story, gave you little breaks from the room you were in. The controls, did seem awkward, but not so much that it took away from the game play. I would suggest the option of using it on either side of screen for those lefties! I also liked that you could see everything in the room in detail, a full 360! Kudos!
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Massive Wheel
February 11, 2019
Thank you for enjoying our game and your review. We'll also consider your suggestion when making the sequel. Thanks. :)
A Google user
November 9, 2018
Sorry but the navigation is a complete nightmare and killed the game for me. Literally just bought this, played 2 rooms in a few minutes and got frustrated playing. The 1985 Nintendo-like directional arrows for up, down, right, left are horrible. Even swiping to move around feels off with this game and often leaves me at an odd angle which forces me to use the directional arrows to adjust position. Also, making me walk close enough into an object until i see a magnifying glass to zoom into an object is weird too. I've played many of these type games like; The Room series, House of Davinci, Legacy 2 and Frostune. None of them navigate in this manner and maybe that's just what I like and used to. Graphics are very nice from what little I've seen. I was excited about the storyline as I love anything Ancient Alien based but unfortunately I just couldn't deal with navigating through it.
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Massive Wheel
February 5, 2019
Please update to version 1.0.55. That version supports double tap to move.
A Google user
February 14, 2019
the controls give me a headache, too labor intensive and made me so motion sick, I had to stop playing. the puzzles are simplistic and there are instructions that tell you what to do next. I dont know how anyone could EVER compare this to the Room, couldn't be more different in gameplay and quality. graphics are ok, story line interesting, so 2 stars. good if the controls dont bother you and you need constant direction and hand-holding. Disappointed
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Massive Wheel
February 16, 2019
From the new updated version, You can move by double tapping. You can use the double tab to move around, making it easier to play. In the sequel, we will try to include more diverse puzzles.

What's new

Supported language
English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Russian, Korean, Japanese.

Added function moving to double tap.
Added function turning on or off Hint Icon.