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Hiversaires is a cryptic point and click adventure

By , on April 22, 2013
Last modified 1 year, 6 months ago

Back in the old days you didn't have maps in your games, you had to make them yourself, drawing out the turns and encounters you came across as you explored whatever labyrinth the developer had made for you. And that sense of discovery is something that Hiversaires is aiming for.

Created by Devine Lu Linvega, the game takes place in a shadowy futuristic world, presents you with no text, and leaves you alone to explore, experience, and puzzle your way through its stark grey corridors with taps and swipes.

This isn't your standard iOS fare, as you might imagine, and it's not going to spark much interest in the casual crowd, but for those who long to be the cartographers on their own expedition once more, there's a lot of cryptic messages and long corridors to get excited about.

The game is out on the App Store right now for $2.99 and you can pick it up by clicking on this here link. Alternatively take a moment to check out the trailer we've embedded below and take a gander at the Hiversaires dev blog to get a better idea of what you can expect from this intriguing game.


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