What Lies Underground, a point and tap puzzle adventure game, has you trying to find secrets in this strangely empty place.
You have woken up in a barren location, having exited a limo with some limited instructions, and are now on your own outside of a normal-looking house. A group of individuals have set up puzzles all around and inside this home – ones meant to test your skills and see if you are good enough to find the underground entrance.
The house is packed full of puzzles, clues, and loads of items that can be picked up and plugged into your massive inventory. There is a lot to touch, look at, move around, and discover. If you are able to completely solve all of the puzzles, you might be able to find the underground entrance and make it deeper within the game.
I recently played a demo version of What Lies Under Ground at EGX 2018, and the photo-realistic visuals make the game stand out. The movement, huge inventory, and massive number of puzzles give you a lot to go by and explore.
What Lies Underground is coming out on iOS and Android in Autumn of 2018, and will be available for £2.99.