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In both a figurative and literal sense, forensic meteorologist David Zander has hit rock bottom. Trapped deep underground on a lost and forgotten island, David’s priority shifts from finding answers about the mystery surrounding him, to surviving the crisis he now finds himself trapped in. It’s now up to you to find an escape from the madness of meridian 157, but be warned, as escape may not come so easily. Will David find the answers he searched so hard for, or will his efforts all be in vain? Meridian 157 is a point and click adventure series involving interactive puzzles and an intriguing storyline taking place over a long series of chapters. Built using state of the art rendering technology, this installment focuses on immersing players in unique and frightening environments, while allowing them to enjoy notable puzzles and engaging interactions. Try out the fully free prologue to get a taste for what the Meridian series has to offer! Features: • Custom written music to compliment the high quality visuals • All new item combine feature, supporting many different styles of play • Latest episode continuing a spooky and thrilling storyline • Challenging but • A logical hint system for some of the most difficult riddles • Available in 8 languages, including English, French, Russian, German, Chinese (Mandarin), Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Japanese! • New colour blind mode available for people who might have trouble with colour based puzzles Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to receive all the latest news! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NovaSoftInteractive/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/novasoftint
By ComfyWine Rock
Excellent! Meridian 157 just keeps getting better from Prologue to Chapter 2. Finally! All of the puzzles makes sense, they are all logical if you are patient, and can be done with absolutely no walk-throughs on difficult level, with no hints. It’s well worth $1.99 because it took me two weeks to work through it. It obviously has been well tested with various users. I love the addition of the combination tools. I like this better than most escape room games because the story could be real, it’s relatable, not a sci-fi fantasy adventure. For example you are in a snowy woods and underground lab tunnels in Chapter 2. If you like Meridian 157, similar games also well-developed and logical are Rime created by IsumiArtizan, and all of the Glitch Games. I see endless possibilities for the developer, such as the setting for the story could be an old abandon carnival, a “haunted” house, a “ghost town“, an abandon ship, just to name a few. If I were to make any suggestions I would say it would be good to have the ability to pan the room, or click side to side. The graphics and details in each room are amazing, but the rooms seem kind of flat without being able to pan. I think that would give more possibilities for less obvious clues as well. Completing logic puzzles to get into rooms is challenging, but it’s a little too simple to find clues without the need to pan, they are basically right in front of you. On to chapter 3!
Nice episode number 2. Thank the stars for the great hint system when needed. Some of us NEED that feature. I got lost less in this version. That is my norm in real life travel too. I am always heading north when I should be going south. All of that counts when playing. Not everyone is logical or a person who can read a map. I was supposed to go to Yosemite and ended up in San Francisco. I DID take some time when back tracking for something here but I stopped to take a good look at all that went into both the layout but the art too. So, clever story, a ton of thought in the artwork and a great hint system. I was occupied, happy/frustrated and am keeping fingers crossed we can spend some “outdoor” time next episode. I do hope we don’t have to wait too long. If you are keeping stats...I am an “ancient one”. Thank you. PSST you need to get episode one...even if you didn’t do that yet...go back...
By A. Garrett
I did the Prologue, Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 over the last few several days. Each chapter gets better and better, puzzles are excellent and not too difficult. If you get stuck then assistance is given after a period of time. Anxiously waiting for Chapter 3 and I hope many more after that. Time spent per Chapter is really good and unless you have a lot of time on your hands you won’t finish it in once evening. Graphics are very good and I would say the tunnels were my favorite so far. Only suggestion would be to have a bit more of a plot or story line versus moving along solving puzzles. I rate this a 9 out of 10 or an A, it could be a 10 or A+ with the addition of some story line to increase intrigue or to make the game more immersive. Overall, it’s awesome. Get all three that are available and play them in order, you’ll enjoy it immensely if you are into puzzle solving games.
Great atmosphere, storyline, artwork. Good price for the length. Lots of puzzles.. though this chapter was much easier than chapter 1. Most of the clues were within 1-2 steps from the puzzle. Not sure if the dev felt pressured into simplifying their clues? Since that’s exactly what happened to Big Fish...they simplified their games to mindless tapping. Haven’t purchased a BF game in years. So it’s always a joy to find more intelligent, creative point-&-click adventure games. This dev is definitely up there with the big adventure devs. Just hoping they don’t drop the level of difficulty any lower. There’s already an easy option. And IMHO, the hard option was easy. Much thanks! 5.31 Edit for reply: Thanks so much for the response I’m really pleased to hear that you’re planning to make future releases with a similar difficulty style as chapter 1. There will always be folks out there who complain about something being too hard. But there are even more of us escape/adventure gamers who appreciate clever, creative puzzles that challenge the mind. Such games make the world a better place! :) So for sure, I’ll be the first in line to pre-order chapter 3! Cheers
I found these games while looking for something like Myst or Riven and have not been disappointed! The plot is interesting and spooky without being scary, the puzzles vary in difficulty and type (some are spatial, others are logical, etc), the graphics are great, and I personally love that it’s slideshow style (makes it so much easier to confirm what’s important). Extra perks include a camera feature that make it so you don’t have to use a notebook to record clues, and an optional hint function that will help you move forward in the game when stuck without giving too much away. I’d love to replay this on my PC! Highly recommend!
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