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Meridian 157: Chapter 2

Meridian 157: Chapter 2

NovaSoft Interactive

Point and click puzzle escape room game

4.7 Ratings 2K+ Reviews 5K+ Downloads

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Point and click puzzle escape room game
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  • Gets better and better! May 30, 2020

    By an actual paying customer
    If you like The Room games, try this series out. It’s so good. The storyline is great, the puzzles are just challenging enough without being frustrating or needing to use the internet for help, and the hint system is super helpful (there was only one time I remember having trouble and trying to use the hints, but the only option available was to skip the puzzle altogether. That was a bummer, but there were plenty of other puzzles to make up for it!) I had a couple glitches here and there, but I downloaded it as soon as it came out and didn’t see the update (which fixes one of the glitches I remember) until after I finished. The only other issue I remember was the sound turning off if I’d locked my iPad and went away for a minute then came back to the game by unlocking my iPad instead of clicking on the app. It was fixed by hard closing the app and opening it to the main screen. Overall fantastic game. Can’t wait until chapter 3!
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  • Jul 26, 2020

    By Justin Ritchie
    Enjoyed this one even more than chapter one. The logical connection between clues and puzzles felt better as it went, which made the pace more enjoyable. I play without hints, but a few are really abstract. The final puzzle made no sense at all to me. I'll give a fifth star if you can convince me it was possible to discern. UPDATE: Fifth star added. I'm the dummy. Going back under my rock until chapter three comes out. :)
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  • A mystery story with you in the middle...alone, in the dark... Jun 8, 2020

    By PendragonHouse
    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...
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  • Aug 9, 2020

    By Erik W
    I felt this was a letdown from Chapter 1, which was brilliant IMO. This iteration felt more rushed with the environments and puzzles (some of which I'm still struggling to make sense of). I've played through this journey on the higher difficulty setting without consulting any guides; there were puzzles in this chapter that drove up the overall completion time drastically. That being said, I feel the length of the chapter is an adequate reflection of the price should one opt to play this way.
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  • Great start towards many chapters of great game play Jul 26, 2020

    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.
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  • Technical problem with the puzzle in the mill house Jun 25, 2020

    By Gene Hoffman
    Device: iPad mini (5th generation) OS: iPadOS 13.5.1 I cannot easily correct errors in this puzzle. Retapping on a node fo remove an erroneous line doesn’t always work. I’ve used my left index finger (I’m lest handed), my middle finger on my right hand (I lost my right index as a child), and other digits on either hand. Is there a way to reset the puzzle?
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  • Can’t get passed fishing rod part Jun 27, 2020

    By SparkleTwighlight
    This game is all fine and dandy until the pond part where it hints you to assemble your fishing rod and line along with the magnet- it doesn’t work and then you’re stuck. It bites.
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  • Gets better and better! May 30, 2020

    By an actual paying customer
    If you like The Room games, try this series out. It’s so good. The storyline is great, the puzzles are just challenging enough without being frustrating or needing to use the internet for help, and the hint system is super helpful (there was only one time I remember having trouble and trying to use the hints, but the only option available was to skip the puzzle altogether. That was a bummer, but there were plenty of other puzzles to make up for it!) I had a couple glitches here and there, but I downloaded it as soon as it came out and didn’t see the update (which fixes one of the glitches I remember) until after I finished. The only other issue I remember was the sound turning off if I’d locked my iPad and went away for a minute then came back to the game by unlocking my iPad instead of clicking on the app. It was fixed by hard closing the app and opening it to the main screen. Overall fantastic game. Can’t wait until chapter 3!
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  • Jul 26, 2020

    By Justin Ritchie
    Enjoyed this one even more than chapter one. The logical connection between clues and puzzles felt better as it went, which made the pace more enjoyable. I play without hints, but a few are really abstract. The final puzzle made no sense at all to me. I'll give a fifth star if you can convince me it was possible to discern. UPDATE: Fifth star added. I'm the dummy. Going back under my rock until chapter three comes out. :)
    more
  • A mystery story with you in the middle...alone, in the dark... Jun 8, 2020

    By PendragonHouse
    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...
    more
  • Great start towards many chapters of great game play Jul 26, 2020

    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.
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  • Jul 23, 2020

    By Jesse Anderson
    I have enjoyed the 3 installments of Meridian 157. The story is interesting and each chapter brings challenging puzzles and new tools to use to help solve them. I'm looking forward to the conclusion of Meridian 157. This game scratches the itch of The Room type games. Meridian 157 stands out in quality that similar games lack. I hope to see more from the team!
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Patsy Chema
    Had to use the Magnifying glass 5-6 times. Couple of the puzzles could have used more clues to solve. i.e. the purple & red pipe one, & 1 early on. Graphics very realistic. Controls are easy. And most puzzles were chalenging but solvable. Great job! I love this style of game! Thanks for no long 'book' at begining or through out. I dont want to read a story! I want to play a game! It kept my attention & I really enjoyed it!
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  • Fun adventure/escape game May 30, 2020

    By ,\\'//<//?/_// //3/-\\//_ _\\
    I thoroughly have enjoyed all the “meridian 157” chapter, and I’m always excited to see the new chapter appear on the App Store. These games are a fairly good length for the price, this middle chapter was not as good as the first chapter, but such is the blnature or any episodic game/book/whatever. The “middle” is always the kind of low point of any journey, and it was still plenty entertaining. If I was going to complain at all it would be about the puzzle clues, not the hints, but the clues sometimes are very obtuse relative to the puzzles solution which can be frustrating. Also more puzzles would be nice, but I still love the games, and totally recommend playing if you enjoy room escape, or point and click adventure type games.
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  • Good Game Jun 12, 2020

    By Caitnah
    This continues (obviously) from the Chapter 1 game and is quite good. They have a new feature where some items you find can be “put together” to complete an object. This adds a new twist which is nice. Like the other Meridians, I think it’s greatest strength is having a camera to take images of important clues thereby not having to keep a notebook. ALL puzzle games should have this feature. The only negative is that some puzzles, you just do not know what they want you to do even though you found all the clues. BUT having the feature to let the game solve it for you is another great design. Looking forward to the next Chapter.
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  • Jun 30, 2020

    By Chris walker
    Point and click puzzle game. Quite good but the controls can be a little annoying as the loot bag blocks the view if you don't close it. However I do like the camera function to help me remember clues. The hints are good and also help you solve some puzzles. It can be a little annoying to remember and find your way around as there are too many rooms and passage ways. These might be fun for some but I don't like switching between areas as often as this game has me do.
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  • Good story, UI and hints need work Jun 23, 2020

    By iPhoneYouPhoneWeAllPhone
    This is a good story game, evocative of the original Myst. The problem is that since all the backgrounds have a slightly watercolor feel, you can’t tell what is manipulate-able and what isn’t. For some puzzles, it’s not obviously if you should click things, slide them, rotate them, etc. The hints are all-or-nothing. Give me multiple levels of hints, e.g. “I think I need to draw a pattern here” or “it looks like these knobs can be rearranged”. Right now, the hints aren’t “hints”, they’re just answers, which is less fun.
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  • Aug 9, 2020

    By Erik W
    I felt this was a letdown from Chapter 1, which was brilliant IMO. This iteration felt more rushed with the environments and puzzles (some of which I'm still struggling to make sense of). I've played through this journey on the higher difficulty setting without consulting any guides; there were puzzles in this chapter that drove up the overall completion time drastically. That being said, I feel the length of the chapter is an adequate reflection of the price should one opt to play this way.
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  • Jul 5, 2020

    By Ronnie Kean
    Overall a decent game. Good story. Puzzles weren't really too hard (no hints for me) but I did find them vague at times. Some puzzles were hard to see and not really difficult, in other words just make the solution something I need to think about, not something that relies on bad lighting or vaguely drawn clues to solve. I hate to use this word but I will, it's at times closer to 'trickery' than to logic. Still, I think a good game, great value for the money. Hopefully next one will be better.
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  • I appreciate the hints... Jun 5, 2020

    By Stokleyt07
    Basically because about 25% of the puzzles don’t make sense. I finished in 1 afternoon. Basically about 4-5 hrs. However, if I didn’t have the hints &amp; was forced to Think the puzzles thru, I’d have solved the majority of them. I probably would Not be finished. But I do think that there should be a website, possibly with the explanation and logic behind the puzzle. Maybe even a link. Teach me. Don’t just do it 4 me. I did enjoy them. However, the hints ended up just doing it 4 u. Or giving u the option to skip the puzzle altogether &amp; what fun is that!?
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  • Jul 14, 2020

    By DanRC
    A decent game, but WAY too short for it's price. Puzzles are decent with a fair bit of back and forth to achieve each task. Graphics are good, though not as detailed as I'd like. A great game that needs to be at LEAST twice its size to be a worthy purchase.
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  • Short Jun 4, 2020

    By Alabam
    Chapters are too short ensuring they keep the revenue rolling. The Room apps are a more economical purchase while also being better designed.
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  • Can’t get passed fishing rod part Jun 27, 2020

    By SparkleTwighlight
    This game is all fine and dandy until the pond part where it hints you to assemble your fishing rod and line along with the magnet- it doesn’t work and then you’re stuck. It bites.
    more
  • Technical problem with the puzzle in the mill house Jun 25, 2020

    By Gene Hoffman
    Device: iPad mini (5th generation) OS: iPadOS 13.5.1 I cannot easily correct errors in this puzzle. Retapping on a node fo remove an erroneous line doesn’t always work. I’ve used my left index finger (I’m lest handed), my middle finger on my right hand (I lost my right index as a child), and other digits on either hand. Is there a way to reset the puzzle?
    more

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