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*** Finalist at IGF 2012: Excellence in Visual Art ***

Lume: An illuminating puzzle adventure

"Undoubtedly one of the most unique-looking games around." - Eurogamer

"The best of point and click gaming... amazing visual presentation." - Jay is Games

"Wow! The effect is breathtaking." - Rock, Paper, Shotgun

"A rare treat. Even Lumes main menu is more beautiful than most big-budget shooters." - Bit-Gamer

"Charming to the extreme." - Games TM

Small and perfectly formed, introducing you to the perplexing world of Lume.

The hit Indie game Lume is now available for iPhone in glorious remastered with higher detail for iPhone 4 and above, more sounds and an improved interface for touch devices.

With a set built entirely out of paper and cardboard, and sumptuously filmed, Lume is a game with a style unlike any other.

Power to your grandads house has failed. Whats more, hes nowhere to be seen. Immerse yourself in Lumes photoreal world, solve perplexing paper puzzles to help restore the power, and uncover a deeper mystery behind the blackout.

This game forms Part 1 of a larger, ongoing story.

PLEASE NOTE: Lume is in English only.

If you experience any problems, please reboot your device, close all other apps after restart and retry Lume. If problems persist please contact App Support and we'll do our best to help.
04-16-2012, 02:28 AM
#31
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Originally Posted by dogkendra View Post
It took me a while to solve, not sure how so many people claim to solve this so fast, I mean, that combination lock puzzle is difficult to figure out by any standard.
If you play a lot of casual adventure/puzzle games, you see the same puzzles over and over again, or at least puzzles that are similar enough that you have a sense of what you need to do even if it takes a while to work out the details. So that definitely helped with Lume, in which none of the puzzles were particularly original, though some were definitely hard.

The puzzle I had the most trouble with was the grid/directions one. The instructions were pretty clear, but I'm bad at that sort of thing.

andsoitgoes mentioned Tiny Bang Story in an earlier post. I haven't played the iPad version, but I've played the Mac version twice, and I loved it both times. Wonderful, delightful, utterly charming game. Assuming the iPad port is solid, I imagine anybody who liked Lume would love Tiny Bang Story.

Cheers.

Last edited by Georgina; 04-16-2012 at 02:36 AM.
10-08-2014, 01:25 PM
#32
For those who enjoyed Lume: I just noticed State of Play are preparing for the November release of its sequel, Lumino City. ^_^

http://www.stateofplaygames.com/2014...page-now-live/

It's not clear if iOS will be there at launch time, but OS X and Windows are listed on Steam.

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