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Hyperforma

Hyperforma

HeroCraft Ltd.

Oracle will show you the way

4.6 Ratings 5K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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Oracle will show you the way
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Ratings & Reviews

4.6
4.7K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    78+%
  2. 4
    15+%
  3. 3
    3+%
  4. 2
    2+%
  5. 1
    3+%
  • A Brickbuster to remember! Dec 27, 2018

    By WaffleDeluxe
    After getting through the tutorial and finishing the first section, I have to say that this game is absolutely beautiful for a mobile game! The art style is unique and not seen in too many games nowadays. Gameplay is fun and unique compared to other games in the genre. Just on gripe with Hyperforma is those lasers that go along the sides of the level as you turn the cube. I feel that they are a fine challenge but while you're focused on the center they always seem to appear out of nowhere and reset you. Since there is an option to remove them that is not going to stop a 5 star rating. Maybe make the lasers easier to spot and not move around as fast. Excellent game overall and I hope to see more content added in the future!
    more
  • Nov 29, 2020

    By Isaiah Frederick
    AMAZING!!!In this game, you play as a person who has achieved communication with the "Ancient Network." You also have the power of hacking; Which is where the fun part comes in. You have to get the core in the center of a bunch of different defenses. This requires using your square to attack the defenses and core repeatedly (doesn't feel repetitive) You also have many different abilities- well, turns out I have to cut it short (character limit) 10/10 would definitely recommend to ANYONE.
    more
  • Can never go back to other games Mar 21, 2019

    By Cyclone1001
    I recently bought the iPhone XR, and this game is amazing, and a real refresher from the linear pattern of mediocre mobile games. It embraces the platform of touchscreen excellently while still feeling fresh and having exquisite graphics. You all are truly geniuses and I love the work. The plot leaves a lot of room for interpretation. The graphics reflect the setting. The interface entities seem moving and breathing while still being mechanized and inhuman. It’s quite the challenge but it compensates by giving generous abilities. Highly recommend to anyone wanting a break from the mediocre hack-and-slash mobile game. You all please continue to make amazing games and remember “Don’t listen to your critics. Listen to your fans.” —Micheal Scott, “The Office”
    more
  • Nov 28, 2020

    By Jake Yuper
    I LOVE this game. The gameplay is so fun, I've never seen a game whith the controles like this before. And the story sucks you right into the game. By the time i compleated the tutorial to the end of the first chapter, the story had my compleat attention. But sidenote, some of the cage levels are near imposible but i finally got through them. Overall a vary awsome game. 👍
    more
  • Mysterious, Maniacal Masterpiece Dec 25, 2018

    By Theappcriticcole
    The mobile phone as a platform for games is unlike any other medium, requiring direct touchscreen input and gestures to control your experience; a medium that, while immersive, is not often exploited to its maximum potential. Hyperforma is an exhilarating exception. Two dimensional movement— three dimensional puzzles; with mind boggling puzzles, polished graphics, and mechanical beats, Hyperforma is a challenge at every level of the game. I’ve only spent a few days with the game, and it already scores as high with me as other mobile titles like Infinity Blade and Monument Valley in terms of ingenuity. If you’re looking for a very challenging but well polished game, Hyperforma won’t disappoint.
    more
  • Great game with a huge catch Apr 4, 2018

    By InvaderJ
    So the developers’ intent was to create a multi-dimensional brick-breaker set in a sci-fi world. Alllllmost made it. As enjoyable as the game is at first, there’s a mechanic involving multiple insta-death objects surrounding the field. These rotate around the field perimeter in response to your inputs. The problem is, this is a lousy mechanic to have when the goal is to break blocks with conditions. Your focus is on the center of the playfield, not the edges. When you need to also constantly scan the perimeter to avoid running into these insta-death objects, the game becomes a chore rather than entertainment. Especially because they are often very hard to avoid - nothing worse than starting a level to immediately run into one on rebound. Either lose these entirely, or give us the option to turn them off. I’m writing this after closing the game in frustration at the end of only the fourth level with two of these death objects in play. Let me play the game - remove this crappy mechanic that actively prevents me from engaging. Thanks.
    more
  • Nov 27, 2020

    By Brian Donnell
    There is no reason a game needs access to files and media on modern android. Especially not to save the game, as this claims. So many other games save progress without similar permissions. Either lazy programming or ulterior motives for that access.
    more
  • Lack of Clarity Mar 30, 2018

    By SumoSplash
    I’ll just make this easy and quote myself: “An absolute mess of vague power-up applications that only serve to subvert any sense of strategy. There is never any notion of using a particular ability at any one time as being more advantageous over another, which allows the player to use them arbitrarily with no sense of purpose. This leaves a feeling of disconnect and dissatisfaction with the absolute basics of the gameplay. In its legitimate attempt to push the genre in an original direction by upping the action and variable, the game becomes buried under its own twisting confusion. The boss battles are awesome though, because they are nothing like the standard proceedings. In that regard, not all is lost.”
    more
  • Nov 27, 2020

    By E Nieves
    Absurd game, unnecesary dark story. Slow paced movements. They are using the Cyberpunk trending to make you download but nothing close to it.
    more
  • Nov 19, 2020

    By harry tenesen
    Would be really helpful if you have a music off or on option and not mute the sound all together. I just want to mute the music. Please add this option.
    more

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  • A Brickbuster to remember! Dec 27, 2018

    By WaffleDeluxe
    After getting through the tutorial and finishing the first section, I have to say that this game is absolutely beautiful for a mobile game! The art style is unique and not seen in too many games nowadays. Gameplay is fun and unique compared to other games in the genre. Just on gripe with Hyperforma is those lasers that go along the sides of the level as you turn the cube. I feel that they are a fine challenge but while you're focused on the center they always seem to appear out of nowhere and reset you. Since there is an option to remove them that is not going to stop a 5 star rating. Maybe make the lasers easier to spot and not move around as fast. Excellent game overall and I hope to see more content added in the future!
    more
  • Nov 29, 2020

    By Isaiah Frederick
    AMAZING!!!In this game, you play as a person who has achieved communication with the "Ancient Network." You also have the power of hacking; Which is where the fun part comes in. You have to get the core in the center of a bunch of different defenses. This requires using your square to attack the defenses and core repeatedly (doesn't feel repetitive) You also have many different abilities- well, turns out I have to cut it short (character limit) 10/10 would definitely recommend to ANYONE.
    more
  • Can never go back to other games Mar 21, 2019

    By Cyclone1001
    I recently bought the iPhone XR, and this game is amazing, and a real refresher from the linear pattern of mediocre mobile games. It embraces the platform of touchscreen excellently while still feeling fresh and having exquisite graphics. You all are truly geniuses and I love the work. The plot leaves a lot of room for interpretation. The graphics reflect the setting. The interface entities seem moving and breathing while still being mechanized and inhuman. It’s quite the challenge but it compensates by giving generous abilities. Highly recommend to anyone wanting a break from the mediocre hack-and-slash mobile game. You all please continue to make amazing games and remember “Don’t listen to your critics. Listen to your fans.” —Micheal Scott, “The Office”
    more
  • Nov 28, 2020

    By Jake Yuper
    I LOVE this game. The gameplay is so fun, I've never seen a game whith the controles like this before. And the story sucks you right into the game. By the time i compleated the tutorial to the end of the first chapter, the story had my compleat attention. But sidenote, some of the cage levels are near imposible but i finally got through them. Overall a vary awsome game. 👍
    more
  • Mysterious, Maniacal Masterpiece Dec 25, 2018

    By Theappcriticcole
    The mobile phone as a platform for games is unlike any other medium, requiring direct touchscreen input and gestures to control your experience; a medium that, while immersive, is not often exploited to its maximum potential. Hyperforma is an exhilarating exception. Two dimensional movement— three dimensional puzzles; with mind boggling puzzles, polished graphics, and mechanical beats, Hyperforma is a challenge at every level of the game. I’ve only spent a few days with the game, and it already scores as high with me as other mobile titles like Infinity Blade and Monument Valley in terms of ingenuity. If you’re looking for a very challenging but well polished game, Hyperforma won’t disappoint.
    more
  • Nov 30, 2020

    By Kyle Swenson
    Its a great game a ton of fun the collecting all stars for next group of levels is a fun thing and a good way to make it so you can either do it all free or somewhat payed for. My biggest complaint is that I have done every level 3 stars multiple times and it is not registering the stars to get to the joker set of levels
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  • Nov 23, 2020

    By death hancox
    The game is fun to play and the sound track is well made, but after just a few levels in it becomes less fun and more tedious with the two moving laser platforms on the side of the screen leading to many a frustrating and unfair death. I also feel the demo was just a touch to short to really draw me in and considering extending it to the first two chapters would help a lot in really experiencing and being immersed into the game before making the decision of the final purchase.
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  • Good game, but lacking 2018 iPad Pro support Apr 14, 2019

    By batsai
    This game has phenomenal graphics and storyline, as well as great controls. However, the latest update says it has 2018 iPad Pro support. It does not; it does not fill the screen on the newer 11 inch iPad Pro. Once that is done, I will update my rating to 5 stars.
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  • Nov 9, 2020

    By Master Of Attack
    this is absolutely amazing!!! the graphics is sooooo good, literally soooo good. the story is nice, just oneeee problem, the last level vs the oracle, it was too complicated and it frustrated me so much. it was a big leap from too easy to that. anyways, great job to the team that made this!!! im sure this game will go popular REAL fast. the UI is also so nice and everything is just so good.
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  • Pretty Game, Terrible Mechanics Mar 31, 2018

    By jeffgc7
    This app has the potential to be fun and there are some really fascinating story/design elements, but these all get severely overlooked due to the game’s terrible controls. It’s already a difficult game as is, but there’s also this great sense of randomness and chaos behind movements that led to several incredibly annoying repeats of a level. Unless you’re looking for a genuinely hard game that requires BOTH precise skill and just dumbfounded luck, I wouldn’t recommend it.
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  • Nov 17, 2020

    By F R O G
    Sure the game is fun and all , but we need to talk about something. Getting to chapter 2. It's either pay to play , or suffer. The amont of time given on the keys you get for completing the level quickly is very low , especially for chatper 1's 0.9 and 0.10 and is nearly impossible to get through. My idea ? Make timed challenges optional. Im sorry if this review was less then nice , that wasnt the intention of it, but i really think timed challenges are too hard.
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  • Nov 2, 2020

    By Islam Nolan
    It's good, so good that I paid for the whole thing without ads, but I dislike how I am pressured to rate this game and send feedback every single time I beat a level. Maybe if it was once every 5 levels? But no it's after every level, so I might as well be playing a game with ads all the time. It's a 5 star game but this method of bombarding and pressuring the user to leave a review is exhausting, which makes it 3 star.
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  • Great game with a huge catch Apr 4, 2018

    By InvaderJ
    So the developers’ intent was to create a multi-dimensional brick-breaker set in a sci-fi world. Alllllmost made it. As enjoyable as the game is at first, there’s a mechanic involving multiple insta-death objects surrounding the field. These rotate around the field perimeter in response to your inputs. The problem is, this is a lousy mechanic to have when the goal is to break blocks with conditions. Your focus is on the center of the playfield, not the edges. When you need to also constantly scan the perimeter to avoid running into these insta-death objects, the game becomes a chore rather than entertainment. Especially because they are often very hard to avoid - nothing worse than starting a level to immediately run into one on rebound. Either lose these entirely, or give us the option to turn them off. I’m writing this after closing the game in frustration at the end of only the fourth level with two of these death objects in play. Let me play the game - remove this crappy mechanic that actively prevents me from engaging. Thanks.
    more
  • Lack of Clarity Mar 30, 2018

    By SumoSplash
    I’ll just make this easy and quote myself: “An absolute mess of vague power-up applications that only serve to subvert any sense of strategy. There is never any notion of using a particular ability at any one time as being more advantageous over another, which allows the player to use them arbitrarily with no sense of purpose. This leaves a feeling of disconnect and dissatisfaction with the absolute basics of the gameplay. In its legitimate attempt to push the genre in an original direction by upping the action and variable, the game becomes buried under its own twisting confusion. The boss battles are awesome though, because they are nothing like the standard proceedings. In that regard, not all is lost.”
    more
  • Nov 19, 2020

    By harry tenesen
    Would be really helpful if you have a music off or on option and not mute the sound all together. I just want to mute the music. Please add this option.
    more
  • Nov 27, 2020

    By Brian Donnell
    There is no reason a game needs access to files and media on modern android. Especially not to save the game, as this claims. So many other games save progress without similar permissions. Either lazy programming or ulterior motives for that access.
    more
  • Nov 27, 2020

    By E Nieves
    Absurd game, unnecesary dark story. Slow paced movements. They are using the Cyberpunk trending to make you download but nothing close to it.
    more

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