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XON is a puzzle adventure game inspired by games like Myst and Riven. Explore a unique world and reveal its mysteries...
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A solid showing, though with a slightly different flavor. While in the previous chapters many puzzles were self contained, this time there's a much more requirement to carry knowledge from one part of the map to the other. Thankfully there's a screenshot feature built in, but unfortunately it does not save them if the app quits. Puzzles are solid and logical with one significant exception involving an extra layer of reordering of symbols.
Just finished playing XON 4 and have to say it was one of the best games I've ever played. I was skeptical at first considering the reviews that said the puzzles were so complicated that I would have to use walk-throughs to finish. I mean, what's the point in that? I was able to finish the game over a couple of weeks all on my own. I think the only requirement for doing so is patience and fully immersing oneself in the game environment. Everything you need to complete the game is readily available. I tend to approach these "Myst"-like games by imagining that I am truly there and have no outside help. Isn't that the whole point? If you want a game that really tests your ability to think things through, XON 4 is awesome. I like the fact that sometimes I would have to sleep on it and wake up in the morning with some new ideas about how to approach the next chapter. I like the way it became an alternate world that I was temporarily living in for a couple of weeks. I like the way it stretched my brain out and challenged me. I highly recommend this game for those who are ready to take on the challenge of turning a mysterious world into something you know like the back of your hand. BTW, I've never written a review for a game before...I just felt compelled to share my experience and thank the developers for a fascinating experience.
I was so excited to see that there was an episode 3, then 4! Too good to be true and I loved every second but hated knowing it would end. Oh PLEASE create more! I knew I was at the end of the game but couldn't bring myself to place the last crystal so I held off for a day. That's how immersive and wonderful this devs games are!
Little harder than 3 but isn't terribly hard. I also don't understand the ending. Plus there is a secret door that you need to find all orange crystals to unlock. It's around the map lift search around the wall surrounding the area until you find a hexagonal indent in the wall with a picture of a crystal
I played the other three Xons, but stopped this one about two hours in. It wasn't the difficulty - who cares about how hard it is? Just watch a walk through if you have to. What's missing here is that this game is not compelling in the least, and I'm not sure why. You're repeatedly faced with one difficult puzzle after another, but don't feel compelled to solve it. I don't know how to fix that.
Developed by Noam Kahalani.
XON Episode Four is ranking in Games & Puzzle & Adventure
Last update was at Jul 22, 2021and the current version is 1.0.6.
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XON Episode Four have a 36a user reviews.