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Riddlord: The Consequence

Riddlord: The Consequence

RANGOSIOUS HOLDINGS LIMITED

New Escape Room Mystery Puzzle

4.0 Ratings 1K+ Reviews
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4.0
1.4K+ Ratings
  1. 5
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  2. 4
    14+%
  3. 3
    8+%
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  • Really want to like it but some problems impede Dec 4, 2017

    By Mikeakopa
    So far I am enjoying the concept and style. The camera however, while exploring, does not feel smooth. Almost like the frame rate dips or my device is not able to handle the game (playing on a iPhone 8+ with plenty of remaining storage and up to date) kind of disappointing as when I examine an object, it feels perfect and smooth to rotate the camera around it but far from it when back to the “room” to explore more. The controls occasionally feel a bit “off” during some puzzles as well. Like others, I find it misreading inputs more than acceptably and it tends to impede what I feel I could otherwise do with minimal effort. On the plus side.. I do feel like the primary flaws are control and visual stutter while exploring (frame rate?) while this is definitely unfortunate for the time being, I can see this being a great “Room”-like game and very enjoyable to many fans of puzzle and exploration type games. in its current state though, I cannot rate above my very generous 3 stars, and truly hope this game is updated swiftly. The effort shows, and I very much enjoy the premise as well as the “true crime” feel, so I sincerely hope you fix the issues and turn this into the great game it easily could and should be. Will gladly update my review if/when an update hits
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  • Wow Aug 10, 2020

    By Lou in Louisville
    Ok, honestly this game was great. The graphics were phenomenal, the puzzles were VERY hard, especially the red and blue cube one in the beginning, and the cylinder one later on, and I had to search the internet to find out that a skip button pops up after about 10 minutes of not being able to solve the puzzle. Without the skip button, I was going to quit the game. I was that frustrated. But I had a lot of trouble with the majority of the puzzles, not sure why, I’m a seasoned player of this type of game, but this game really gave me a run for my money, literally. The 3rd chapter was beautiful and the most fun to me with all of the colors at the end. The reviews about the controls and the frame rate problem were accurate. I did not like the controls. I had a lot of trouble getting things to fit and it just seemed to lag every so often. Other than the wonky controls and the lagging, the game was really fun and it took me a few hours to complete. It says “to be continued” at the end, and I hope so. It’s really a great game and deserves 5 stars.
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  • Mixed Feelings Apr 28, 2019

    By textomb
    I also read the reviews about bad controls, but decided to give this a chance. There is much to love about the game- some fun puzzles and great graphics. Most of the time, the controls are just fine and very intuitive. But there are some serious problems, starting with the glass cylinder puzzle and moving on from there. The glass cylinder puzzle is a horrible puzzle in and of itself, but the controls for it are just awful, too. I nearly gave up the game until a friend told me about the “skip” function- which is totally non-intuitive. Please just get rid of that puzzle. And the control problems persist from there. It’s like two separate games- the one before the glass cylinder puzzle and the one after. Before, everything works smoothly and is interesting, and afterwards, everything is a disaster. The “rainbows and camera in space” puzzles are terrible, horribly difficult to control, and frankly just boring. So this game is both a great and a terrible game in one package. I’ll be interested to see what the developers do next- and for the record, I’ll probably buy their next game to see how (hopefully) they’ve improved.
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  • Almost good! SO close! Nov 1, 2020

    By Puzzle Paramour
    The puzzles themselves are wonderful, they really are! BUT there are details in the game play and controls that are lacking or irritatingly off. One moment, everything flows well, pieces fit together, clues are deliciously challenging but it all makes sense. The next moment, you can’t get a piece to rotate quite correctly, or something is the tiniest fraction of a millimeter off, or a piece which rotated clockwise the last three times you touched it suddenly rotates counter-clockwise, or the camera shifts wildly when trying to adjust your view of a clue, or that switch you need to turn won’t budge until your 5th try... It’s these little details of functionality that really, REALLY start to get to you after awhile. To get stuck for 20 minutes on a puzzle only to find with a walkthrough that you were CORRECT in the first place, but the lack of fine control screwed you over, is frustrating. Like other users, I WANT to like this game, I really do! But it’s just not there yet. Some fine tuning and this thing could HUM, but it’s a bit too frustrating at the moment.
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  • It’s ok Oct 20, 2020

    By WWOB111222
    It’s no Eyes of Ara, nor does it come close to The Room, Legacy, DaVinci House or even Returner or 157, but I’m running out of games. Graphics and controls are decent. Most puzzles are good and some quite challenging, more so than other games, but also employs knowledge about things not inherent to logic that I did not have before this game and had to look up on the internet. I was thankful for a background in chemistry, but no clue about zodiac or trigrams. Although many games are logical, some are “read the author’s mind” puzzles, which are particularly annoying. The controls sometimes change depending on the game and sometimes the author’s order of things is incorrect (zodiac). The story line helps only within the specific/individual room, and is overall complete nonsense. Perhaps this was intended? Overall, fun, decent length and cheap as these games go, but could use a good bit of work. And what’s with the shoe?!
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  • Everything about this is bad. Feb 26, 2019

    By Lil Pips
    This starts off with some promise: an intriguing mystery in a rooms-like puzzle environment. The first chapter is generally fun, but it quickly goes downhill from there. Puzzles become an exercise in frustration due to absolutely horrible controls, and the story becomes so muddled that I actually laughed out loud. You’re investigating something, possibly a murder or murderer...check....ok now someone is playing games with you... check...now I’m unraveling DNA with Chinese tangrams and unlocking my memory so I can...give birth to myself? Person who wrote this story: if you’re on medication, stop immediately; if you’re not taking any medication, grab pill bottles at random until something works. The final area has some of the worst designed puzzles I’ve ever seen. They could have been interesting in more skilled hands, but the controls are so bad for one of them (the hologram tube) that they just give you a fast forward button after 20 minutes that completes it for you. That should let you know what you’re in for right there. Run away, and quickly!
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  • Good looks isn’t everything Mar 15, 2018

    By JKristinsson
    Being a huge fan of the Room games I’m constantly looking for something similar. This, however gorgeous looking is not making the mark. The controls are clunky at best, often making you frustrated that you can’t reach a certain angle of view. They are inverted by default but this can be changed, thankfully, if you desire so. The graphics are gorgeous and the puzzles semi hard, but that’s basically the end of it. There is no compelling or believable story - it’s all about mysticism or magic, with most objects not adhering to any kind of laws of physics. The backstory has something to do with a PI investigating murders, but the objects and environment is more like a lucid dream in a magical world. Not only that, the problems seem to have little to do with each other, and the feeble attempt to connect solving a puzzle with the story does not convince at all. Furthermore, the locations where to look for puzzles are sometimes very unintuitive or hard to find with little clues. Sometimes, a location just isn’t “clickable” until you have gathered a missing object or advanced enough in the story, at which time a device you written off as scenery now becomes interactive. For the casual puzzler, why not try the game - it will give you an hour or so of enjoyment. But for a fan of the Room series, this is a disappointment. However, few succeeds well at their first try so I would still keep my eyes open for future games from the same developer.
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  • Extremely fun but equally as frustrating Mar 7, 2018

    By Leetthis
    I love this type of puzzle game. The graphics are wonderful and the soundtrack is excellent (albeit the voice acting is a little...off). Yet I cannot begin to describe how infuriating it is to be so close to completing chapter 2 but I can’t because of what I imagine to be a bug in the game. I have one last key piece to collect but the alphabet killers alphabet puzzle box will not open after I have successfully arranged the tiles as they should be. All the letters glow blue but what’s supposed to happen next is the background on which the tiles sit should begin to light up as well until a drawer slides out revealing the key. I have restarted this game three times trying to get passed this issue and still no luck. I’m so disappointed at how this experience has gone. I hope this issue is fixed soon.
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  • A C rated puzzle game Jan 1, 2021

    By mcakmcak
    I’ve played a lot of these style puzzle games room series, house of da Vinci, etc. which I would say are the best. The graphics of this game are pretty good but the game play isn’t. The puzzle sequence doesn’t flow linearly. There are lots of very small non-distinct places you have to tap just right which is annoying, not fun. Some of the puzzles are quite good and hard, others don’t make any sense without clues. The clues aren’t very helpful at all. Some of the puzzles don’t make sense whatsoever; there is no reason you need to put tape on electrical wires once they’re connected to make a light turn on. Another problem is that you some of the puzzles still give you clues even if you’re done with them and will give you the same useless clue as before. There are more issues but in summary I wouldn’t buy this game.
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  • Puzzles Jun 29, 2020

    By Caitnah
    I feel that this game had a lot of potential. What bothers me about many adventure puzzle games like this is when you cannot complete a certain puzzle and cannot progress. This game has a puzzle called The Ultimate Supreme which is a 3 dimensional cylinder that needs to be twisted and rotated to complete. And for the life of me I just cannot do it. On an iPad the controls are VERY touchy and finicky and although I only needed one more twist to complete it, the “twist” went the wrong way and screwed it up. EVERY game like these should give you the option of skipping a puzzle if you cannot complete it. If the customer wants to skip a puzzle he should be allowed that option. Now I paid for this game and cannot continue. A refund should be allowed then.
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  • Wow Aug 10, 2020

    By Lou in Louisville
    Ok, honestly this game was great. The graphics were phenomenal, the puzzles were VERY hard, especially the red and blue cube one in the beginning, and the cylinder one later on, and I had to search the internet to find out that a skip button pops up after about 10 minutes of not being able to solve the puzzle. Without the skip button, I was going to quit the game. I was that frustrated. But I had a lot of trouble with the majority of the puzzles, not sure why, I’m a seasoned player of this type of game, but this game really gave me a run for my money, literally. The 3rd chapter was beautiful and the most fun to me with all of the colors at the end. The reviews about the controls and the frame rate problem were accurate. I did not like the controls. I had a lot of trouble getting things to fit and it just seemed to lag every so often. Other than the wonky controls and the lagging, the game was really fun and it took me a few hours to complete. It says “to be continued” at the end, and I hope so. It’s really a great game and deserves 5 stars.
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  • Great game Nov 25, 2020

    By steppinsteph
    Worth the money spent. I have played a lot of real and virtual escape and puzzle games. This game is challenging but you don’t spend most of the time wondering what to do next. The flow of tasks makes sense and while some puzzles are difficult and take a lot of time to complete, the difficulty does not lie in not knowing if you are doing the right thing. The puzzles aren’t made more difficult with obtuse instructions or convoluted solutions. The game is one of the most well planned and fluid ones I’ve ever played. I would buy more products like this from this developer for sure.
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  • I loved this game! Sep 2, 2020

    By Anomaly today
    It was difficult enough and graphics were fun. This is my second favorite game after the prison escape. I liked that at the end it was very whimsical. I have iPhone 7 and no problems with controls. I could only find one green treasure, I wonder where the other 3 were. For the magnet puzzle you have to imagine it in 3D and look at what’s opposite of what. The glass triangle was so frustrating, and that’s why I liked the game. The controls were way too sensitive for that one. I did it! Please more!
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  • Absolutely Worth the cost of the extra levels Oct 18, 2019

    By Mmryn
    It’s definitely an amazing puzzle room, and similar to the room series, however, I appreciated that this game didn’t have all the cut scenes with unnecessary background info. I, for one, enjoy puzzles that move more quickly from scene to scene or level to level like this one. The puzzles are in the same format as the room, there are aspect puzzles. This one took me (off and on) about two days.. maybe 3-5 hours of play I’d say. Worth the money!
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  • Really want to like it but some problems impede Dec 4, 2017

    By Mikeakopa
    So far I am enjoying the concept and style. The camera however, while exploring, does not feel smooth. Almost like the frame rate dips or my device is not able to handle the game (playing on a iPhone 8+ with plenty of remaining storage and up to date) kind of disappointing as when I examine an object, it feels perfect and smooth to rotate the camera around it but far from it when back to the “room” to explore more. The controls occasionally feel a bit “off” during some puzzles as well. Like others, I find it misreading inputs more than acceptably and it tends to impede what I feel I could otherwise do with minimal effort. On the plus side.. I do feel like the primary flaws are control and visual stutter while exploring (frame rate?) while this is definitely unfortunate for the time being, I can see this being a great “Room”-like game and very enjoyable to many fans of puzzle and exploration type games. in its current state though, I cannot rate above my very generous 3 stars, and truly hope this game is updated swiftly. The effort shows, and I very much enjoy the premise as well as the “true crime” feel, so I sincerely hope you fix the issues and turn this into the great game it easily could and should be. Will gladly update my review if/when an update hits
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  • Mixed Feelings Apr 28, 2019

    By textomb
    I also read the reviews about bad controls, but decided to give this a chance. There is much to love about the game- some fun puzzles and great graphics. Most of the time, the controls are just fine and very intuitive. But there are some serious problems, starting with the glass cylinder puzzle and moving on from there. The glass cylinder puzzle is a horrible puzzle in and of itself, but the controls for it are just awful, too. I nearly gave up the game until a friend told me about the “skip” function- which is totally non-intuitive. Please just get rid of that puzzle. And the control problems persist from there. It’s like two separate games- the one before the glass cylinder puzzle and the one after. Before, everything works smoothly and is interesting, and afterwards, everything is a disaster. The “rainbows and camera in space” puzzles are terrible, horribly difficult to control, and frankly just boring. So this game is both a great and a terrible game in one package. I’ll be interested to see what the developers do next- and for the record, I’ll probably buy their next game to see how (hopefully) they’ve improved.
    more
  • Almost good! SO close! Nov 1, 2020

    By Puzzle Paramour
    The puzzles themselves are wonderful, they really are! BUT there are details in the game play and controls that are lacking or irritatingly off. One moment, everything flows well, pieces fit together, clues are deliciously challenging but it all makes sense. The next moment, you can’t get a piece to rotate quite correctly, or something is the tiniest fraction of a millimeter off, or a piece which rotated clockwise the last three times you touched it suddenly rotates counter-clockwise, or the camera shifts wildly when trying to adjust your view of a clue, or that switch you need to turn won’t budge until your 5th try... It’s these little details of functionality that really, REALLY start to get to you after awhile. To get stuck for 20 minutes on a puzzle only to find with a walkthrough that you were CORRECT in the first place, but the lack of fine control screwed you over, is frustrating. Like other users, I WANT to like this game, I really do! But it’s just not there yet. Some fine tuning and this thing could HUM, but it’s a bit too frustrating at the moment.
    more
  • It’s ok Oct 20, 2020

    By WWOB111222
    It’s no Eyes of Ara, nor does it come close to The Room, Legacy, DaVinci House or even Returner or 157, but I’m running out of games. Graphics and controls are decent. Most puzzles are good and some quite challenging, more so than other games, but also employs knowledge about things not inherent to logic that I did not have before this game and had to look up on the internet. I was thankful for a background in chemistry, but no clue about zodiac or trigrams. Although many games are logical, some are “read the author’s mind” puzzles, which are particularly annoying. The controls sometimes change depending on the game and sometimes the author’s order of things is incorrect (zodiac). The story line helps only within the specific/individual room, and is overall complete nonsense. Perhaps this was intended? Overall, fun, decent length and cheap as these games go, but could use a good bit of work. And what’s with the shoe?!
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  • Problems, but not Bad Jan 18, 2018

    By Wowwwwww.1
    I have progressed to almost finishing the Octogrammer, but cannot get any further because of shotty controls. To get the Strange Key, I had to do a process where I would drag the buttons from the sidebar to the zoomed in Cipher Card to eventually get the Strange Key. I have tried multiple times to input the Strange Key inside of the glowing golden slot to no avail. I know this game has a good plot as I’m invested, but the immersion for me is broken when I can barely control the game. EDIT I’ve moved onto a different part of the game and am enjoying it, but there are still hints at the controls being weird. I really hope they can get the controls down, otherwise pretty good game.
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  • Good looks isn’t everything Mar 15, 2018

    By JKristinsson
    Being a huge fan of the Room games I’m constantly looking for something similar. This, however gorgeous looking is not making the mark. The controls are clunky at best, often making you frustrated that you can’t reach a certain angle of view. They are inverted by default but this can be changed, thankfully, if you desire so. The graphics are gorgeous and the puzzles semi hard, but that’s basically the end of it. There is no compelling or believable story - it’s all about mysticism or magic, with most objects not adhering to any kind of laws of physics. The backstory has something to do with a PI investigating murders, but the objects and environment is more like a lucid dream in a magical world. Not only that, the problems seem to have little to do with each other, and the feeble attempt to connect solving a puzzle with the story does not convince at all. Furthermore, the locations where to look for puzzles are sometimes very unintuitive or hard to find with little clues. Sometimes, a location just isn’t “clickable” until you have gathered a missing object or advanced enough in the story, at which time a device you written off as scenery now becomes interactive. For the casual puzzler, why not try the game - it will give you an hour or so of enjoyment. But for a fan of the Room series, this is a disappointment. However, few succeeds well at their first try so I would still keep my eyes open for future games from the same developer.
    more
  • Extremely fun but equally as frustrating Mar 7, 2018

    By Leetthis
    I love this type of puzzle game. The graphics are wonderful and the soundtrack is excellent (albeit the voice acting is a little...off). Yet I cannot begin to describe how infuriating it is to be so close to completing chapter 2 but I can’t because of what I imagine to be a bug in the game. I have one last key piece to collect but the alphabet killers alphabet puzzle box will not open after I have successfully arranged the tiles as they should be. All the letters glow blue but what’s supposed to happen next is the background on which the tiles sit should begin to light up as well until a drawer slides out revealing the key. I have restarted this game three times trying to get passed this issue and still no luck. I’m so disappointed at how this experience has gone. I hope this issue is fixed soon.
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  • Puzzles Jun 29, 2020

    By Caitnah
    I feel that this game had a lot of potential. What bothers me about many adventure puzzle games like this is when you cannot complete a certain puzzle and cannot progress. This game has a puzzle called The Ultimate Supreme which is a 3 dimensional cylinder that needs to be twisted and rotated to complete. And for the life of me I just cannot do it. On an iPad the controls are VERY touchy and finicky and although I only needed one more twist to complete it, the “twist” went the wrong way and screwed it up. EVERY game like these should give you the option of skipping a puzzle if you cannot complete it. If the customer wants to skip a puzzle he should be allowed that option. Now I paid for this game and cannot continue. A refund should be allowed then.
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  • Promising but so frustrating Feb 10, 2018

    By Monkey D. ******
    I love puzzle games like this and I was excited by the beautiful graphics but I’m stuck in chapter one because of the buggy controls. Even when the solution to a puzzle is obvious it can take multiple tries before the app registers that I have input the solution. The Rubiks Cube puzzle is obnoxiously difficult and I can’t even save my progress on it because every time I leave the app it reshuffles the puzzle. I also agree that the unskippable flashback of all your past actions is annoying. I’m excited by the concept for this game and I’d love to keep playing. I would be happy to update this review if some of these issues were resolved.
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  • Everything about this is bad. Feb 26, 2019

    By Lil Pips
    This starts off with some promise: an intriguing mystery in a rooms-like puzzle environment. The first chapter is generally fun, but it quickly goes downhill from there. Puzzles become an exercise in frustration due to absolutely horrible controls, and the story becomes so muddled that I actually laughed out loud. You’re investigating something, possibly a murder or murderer...check....ok now someone is playing games with you... check...now I’m unraveling DNA with Chinese tangrams and unlocking my memory so I can...give birth to myself? Person who wrote this story: if you’re on medication, stop immediately; if you’re not taking any medication, grab pill bottles at random until something works. The final area has some of the worst designed puzzles I’ve ever seen. They could have been interesting in more skilled hands, but the controls are so bad for one of them (the hologram tube) that they just give you a fast forward button after 20 minutes that completes it for you. That should let you know what you’re in for right there. Run away, and quickly!
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  • A C rated puzzle game Jan 1, 2021

    By mcakmcak
    I’ve played a lot of these style puzzle games room series, house of da Vinci, etc. which I would say are the best. The graphics of this game are pretty good but the game play isn’t. The puzzle sequence doesn’t flow linearly. There are lots of very small non-distinct places you have to tap just right which is annoying, not fun. Some of the puzzles are quite good and hard, others don’t make any sense without clues. The clues aren’t very helpful at all. Some of the puzzles don’t make sense whatsoever; there is no reason you need to put tape on electrical wires once they’re connected to make a light turn on. Another problem is that you some of the puzzles still give you clues even if you’re done with them and will give you the same useless clue as before. There are more issues but in summary I wouldn’t buy this game.
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  • Run away now! Mar 2, 2018

    By losomode
    I applaud the effort and the graphics are plenty good. The “puzzles” feel like they are either too simple or solved more by random tapping on the screen than by any logic. At two of the puzzles had auto solve options, presumably because the controls were so abysmal that only an army of gibbons with iPads would solve them. Then there’s this timed hint system like in other games, only here you have to stare down the object in question for time to advance on the hint. All for a hint that usually comes down to “Do something with that thing you just found”. Neither logic nor hints seem to help so prepare yourself for a lot of trial and error. Then there’s the storyline that goes from nonexistent to confusing to more confusing to Freudian to those last two episodes of every Anime ever where you’re left going “but, but, I thought there might be a narrative that wrapped up. Instead I think they ran out of money and went with the pan out to mysterious nothingness for grade school, film project deepness.” Run away now! Spend a couple of hours trying to stack golf balls while watching reruns of Gilligan’s island and you’ll feel a lot more challenged, enriched, and entertained by high drama.
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