Some time ago I reviewed the excellent adventure set in the prehistoric times from Coladia – Secret of the Lost Cavern Episode 1 I was astounded by the beautiful graphics and excellent storyline of the game and it has earned a well deserved spot in our The App Store’s Best Adventure roundup. And I’m happy to announce that the second episode of the tale Arok is finally out on the AppStore! You can find the screens and description after the gap or simply get it using the link below. You can also check out the first part if you missed it. Our Review of Episode 1 is in blue.
Coladia, Secret of the Lost Cavern Episode 1 – $0.99
In 15,000 B.C.
Strange symbols found while hunting remind Arok of an encounter with a charismatic traveler a long time ago. In order for him to find his long-forgotten friend, the most brilliant painter of Prehistoric times, Arok begins a long and perilous journey.
Play as Arok and enter a fascinating and bewitching Stone Age adventure. Learn about Prehistoric life, follow the path of your mentor and work with him to recreate the paintings of the renowned Lascaux Cave.
Venture through a wild time and decipher the symbols left by our ancestors. Hunt, fish, cut stones, paint animated frescoes and take part in mysterious shamanist ceremonies to win your place among the Lascaux Cave artist tribe.
Will you be able to come through our ancestors’ secrets and survive in this wild and harsh world?
WATCH THE TRAILER ON OUR WEBSITE
- Hyper-realistic graphics and amazing environments including rivers, green valleys, troglodyte caves…
- Wild animals and many prehistoric characters to interact with in order to achieve your quest.
- Original soundtrack and sound effects creating an immersive atmosphere.
- Intuitive tutorial will guide you in your first steps in the game
- Available in english, french, spanish, italian, german and russian languages
ABOUT THE GAME :
Secret of the Lost Cavern is an episodic adventure game that plunges the player into an inspiring journey that takes place during the Paleolithic period in prehistoric time, 15,000 years B.C.
The gameplay and each puzzle were redesigned from the ground up to take unique advantage of the touch capabilities of the iPhone. 3D graphics and videos were also optimized for an unparalleled visual quality on mobile devices.