We apologize for the iPad 3 scaling issues. We are quickly working on a patch to fix this.
MysticGlyph, a monument of mystery wrapped in a riddle; recreated from the
journals of Dr. J. S. Wyndham. A challenging puzzle where a single move can
affect the final solution. Engage your perception and intellect in discovering
the true meaning and purpose of the secrets it holds.
From the Journals of Dr. J. S. Wyndham : London, September 23, 1883 I have
returned from my appointment with the curator of the British Royal Museum.
My suspicions were confirmed about the authenticity of the recently acquired
Egyptian papyrus collection. They are indeed forgeries, however during my visit
I was introduced to a curious device, donated by a well traveled, though
deceased patron. The device consists of numerous interlocking metal slates
composed of enameled tiles that, when re-assembled, create four glyphs of an
unknown alphabet. I can only Imagine the clockwork of springs, gears and
magnets that allow the tiles to move in the way they do. I requested permission
to return to further inspect the device and am excited to write that the curator
has graciously conceded.
MysticGlyph offers a fresh perspective on the sliding 15 tile puzzle genre. Taking
the basic mechanics and creating a game that is both scalable to the skills of
the user and challenging both in the logic of the solution and in the recognition
of the glyphs themselves.
Engaging and unique game play in a sliding puzzle
Universal support for iPhone, Retina display and iPad
A puzzle within the puzzle to solve
Mysterious back story
Complete set of actual ancient symbols rendered in beautiful detail
Ramped game play from beginner to advanced
Scoring system based on number of moves
Ability to replay any level to increase your score
Saves 3 most recent moves to allow the player to undo
-Incorrect moves no longer have a frustrating penalty.
-Fixed scaling issues
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- Last changed:
- Apr 28, 2012
- Barrow West
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