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NOON is an erratic game of well-timed taps that encapsulates what it's like trying to keep up with time.It starts by showing you a clock, the hand of which is spinning around it rather fast. At the top of this clock is a marker signifying noon. "Tap the clock when it hits noon," instructs the game's main menu.You do, and then you're playing the game before you even realise it.You get a point for each time you tap the clock when it hits noon. It's easy to be too early or too late - this is all about timing, after all.But that one clock only takes up a quarter of the screen. As you progress, another clock is added for you to tap, and then another, and another.Yes, the real challenge doesn't begin until you have four clocks to tap when they each hit noon. And yes, they all hit noon at different times, the clock hands spinning at different speeds.Then the clocks rotate so that noon is on the left, then the bottom. This subtle rotation is enough to completely throw you off when trying to concentrate on four clocks at once.You can't abandon any of them either. Next to each clock are four circles, one of which will disappear every time the hand does a full circle. If the clock loses all its circles - meaning you didn't tap it at all - then you lose.'Yet did I not, as some my equals did,
Novasoft Interactive’s Meridian 157 is an intriguing point-and-click adventure game that sees you exploring a mysterious island to uncover its many long-lost secrets. It serves up a hearty meal of atmosphere-rich storytelling, tricky puzzling, and compelling environmental exploration.After the release of its free-to-play prologue earlier this year, the game’s first proper chapter is now available for iOS and Android, and here are 5 reasons to give it a go.For the compelling storyMeridian 157's mysterious plot is one of its biggest strengths. You play as David Zander, a forensic meteorologist, who sets out to investigate a weather anomaly off the coast of Alaska. On arrival, it becomes clear that something is very much amiss, and you soon find yourself attempting to uncover the truth behind the secret of the 157th meridian… Whatever that may be.Chapter 1 picks up right where the free-to-play prologue left off. If you didn't get a chance to play it over the summer, I'd advise checking it out before diving into Chapter 1. It really helps to set the scene while showing you exactly how Zander came to be trapped in the underground complex.For the tricky and varied puzzlesMeridian 157's puzzles are all surprisingly varied, featuring a neat mix of logic-based brainteasers and grid-based shenanigans. You'll have to scour the island’s many nooks and crannies for useful items, then work out whereabouts they can be used.Normal difficulty will offer you some slight help and hints when required, whereas Hard mode takes all of that away, requiring you to forge ahead on your own skill and intuition. This means the game can be played and enjoyed by both point-and-click veterans and newcomers alike.Adventure game vets will find its many challenges to be well-designed and fair, with none of those decidedly illogical logic puzzles that the genre is known for, thank goodness. There are definitely some real headscratchers here, but, again, the intuitive hint system is there if/when you need it.For the impressive visuals and handcrafted environmentsAdventure games of this type are rarely known for their visuals, but the team at NovaSoft Interactive has clearly put a ton of work into crafting each of Meridian 157's detailed environments. They're varied, atmospheric, and distinct in ways that make the island feel very much lived-in and real. You'll want to examine every inch of every room as you go about solving puzzles and investigating the complex's many secrets.For the eerie atmosphereMeridian 157 isn't out to scare you, but that's not to say that it doesn't serve up an eerie, unnerving atmosphere all of its own. There's a constant feeling that something is deeply off with this weird little island – a concern that only intensifies as the story continues.Through some stellar audio work, it's easy to feel isolated as you explore the inner recesses of the mysterious complex. But are you actually as alone as you feel?For the nostalgia factorSolid point-and-click adventure games like this are becoming increasingly rare to find. I'm sure fans of Myst and its many spiritual successors would agree that there's something super appealing about the old-school style of gameplay, pacing, and visuals.That said, for all the reasons we've listed prior to now, Meridian is still very much its own thing. If you're at all a fan of the genre, or have found yourself starved for a great adventure game story, then Meridian 157 is an easy recommendation.For all intrepid explorers out there, you'll find Meridian 157 available for download now from both the App Store and Google Play.
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Amir Rajan, the creator of the much-loved surprise of 2013 A Dark Room, has another game out on iOS called A Noble Circle. It's unusual.It's a 2D platformer in which you play a dark circle. Tapping the screen causes it to jump up the screen, unravelling a world known as "flatland" leap by leap.There are other shapes that, if collided with, will destroy the circle. So you have to jump in such a way as to avoid these.But, more than that, text appears as you jump across flatland. It gives character to all the shapes, slowly detailing a world that you piece together.Triangles are men that sit around. Slender lines are women who try to appear invisible to you by tracking your movement.Then, after you've conquered a few challenges, A Noble Circle completely changes direction.SPOILERS BELOWIt turns out that Rajan is updating A Noble Circle every weekend as that's the only time he has to work on it. It's almost like a game diary.So far, he's updated it twice, but not with new challenges to beat. No, instead he's began writing about his disappointment with the way the mobile games industry has gone.He laments how indie developers like himself rely on App Store ratings to get a reputation. And how a lot of the most popular games are lacking in substance.He's spoken to us before about these topics and his problem with mobile gaming.Whether Rajan will keep this up or revert to the original platformer, or go somewhere else entirely with A Noble Circle is to be seen.END OF SPOILERSIf you're curious, you can download A Noble Circle for free on the App Store right now."Jest so--jest so," agreed Captain Jim. "We're it, whatever IT is. When you come in tonight, Mistress Blythe, I says to myself, says I, `Yes, she's of the race that knows Joseph.' And mighty glad I was, for if it wasn't so we couldn't have had any real satisfaction in each other's company. The race that knows Joseph is the salt of the airth, I reckon."
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