App description: A MILLION-SELLING #1 TOP PAID APP

The mysterious figure appears from behind a burst of smoke, his voice deep and taunting

"I must say, I can't thank you enough for your generous gift of freedom. I've been hidden away for so long"

The realization of what you've done suddenly hits. Upon activating the book you've unleashed an ancient curse and unwittingly released the Mannequin: a mischievous adversary who lays a challenge before you.

"Solve all pages of this very book, and you can undo what you have so accidentally done. However, success is highly unlikely"

UNLEASH THE CURSE
- 100 fun addicting puzzles and one haunting Curse to defeat
- 10 types of challenging puzzles
- 26 Game Center achievements to earn
- A valuable mystery awaits you at the end!

So what are you waiting for, Can you defeat The Curse?



"If you're a committed puzzle game fan with plenty of cardiac fortitude you should download The Curse immediately."
Pocket Gamer

"Its a fantastic cerebral challenge, simply put, and the story and high presentation values merely add to the full ensemble of greatness."
148Apps

"If you've ever wanted a good collection of classic puzzles on iOS, The Curse is it."
Touch Arcade



Learn more about The Curse and its sequel The Voyage

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Developed by Mojo Bones Ltd.
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Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mojobonesltd
Website: http://www.mojobones.co.uk

Published by Toy Studio
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Website: http://www.toystudio.com

Sanuku's comments:






08-25-2012, 10:01 AM
#81
He's not chuckling when he gives me tangrams to do

But still, custom images? sure they're easy to do, but I haven't seen that done on here before. I'm impressed!
08-25-2012, 10:06 AM
#82
Joined: May 2010
Location: Deepest Circle, Hell
Posts: 6,549
Putting aside the support and just being active on the forums as developers, you guys are building quite the reputation in my book just being as friendly as you are, going out of your way with personalized pictures, giving forum members something extra to do with those riddles, etc. It's charming, fun and makes people wonder how such nice people came up with such a devious little son of a bitch named Mannequin.

"I am virgin, I'm a whore! Giving nothing; the taker, the maker of war!" - Black Sabbath, "I"

08-25-2012, 10:26 AM
#83
For anyone who hasn't sent in their riddles yet... I recommend it if you're interested in custom art.

We've got a great, literally one-of-kind piece, to give away courtesy of our artist Mark. And don't forget the personalised message from Mannequin himself.
08-25-2012, 12:31 PM
#84
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: England
Posts: 3,255
This game is just awesome in every way. Brought it today and played it consistently. 70 puzzles solved so far. I'm great at burn the rope, tangrams, and Hamiltonian, too bad they are all gone! Of 29 left before 100 is unlocked, 12 of them are riddles, haha. Only been able to do first riddle so far.

hello!
08-25-2012, 01:07 PM
#85
What's the deal with some of the stamps having letters on them?

And can someone explain the hamilton puzzes to me please? I don't get those
08-25-2012, 01:37 PM
#86
Quote:
Originally Posted by The Alpha Gamer View Post
What's the deal with some of the stamps having letters on them?

And can someone explain the hamilton puzzes to me please? I don't get those
As far as the letters go, they are involved somewhere. I won't go into specifics, but this shouldn't be hard to figure out if you're keeping track of them, and where they were.
08-25-2012, 03:38 PM
#87
Hey Alpha,

Hamiltonian. Here we go.

So, you have to create a full circuit using all of the nails on the board. Here's where you may be getting stuck. If you have already created a false circuit, it won't let you draw more connections. It also stops you making more than two connections from the same nail.

If you're still no wiser then drop us a PM and we'll draw you a diagram explaining it in a bit more detail

Once you've grasped it, you'll be away
08-25-2012, 03:52 PM
#88
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: England
Posts: 3,255
Can you please explain level 34 code box? I've read rules and played it like 5 times but I still don't get what I'm doing.

hello!
08-25-2012, 03:59 PM
#89
Joined: Jul 2011
Location: The red Skittle
Posts: 5,082
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr. Crazy View Post
Can you please explain level 34 code box? I've read rules and played it like 5 times but I still don't get what I'm doing.
It's like a harder version of Mastermind. When you hit submit, the number that comes out shows you the amount of symbols placed in the correct place.

I had to devise a frickin' algorithm to solve it.



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08-25-2012, 04:04 PM
#90
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: England
Posts: 3,255
Quote:
Originally Posted by Echoseven View Post
It's like a harder version of Mastermind. When you hit submit, the number that comes out shows you the amount of symbols placed in the correct place.

I had to devise a frickin' algorithm to solve it.
That's what I thought. But then it goes from like 2 to 6 correct in 1 round, and so I thought I solved it but nothing. So I click submit again without moving any symbols and it goes to 0. Happened twice now. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?

hello!

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