Dive into a gripping adventure deep beneath the ice of Antarctica in the year 1910 in this cinematic, storydriven touch adventure.
Step into the boots of Haakon - the last survivor of a polar expedition gone horribly wrong - and venture into the depths of the mysterious ice cavern that holds many riddles and secrets of the past.
Tundra the sled dog wil become your closest friend as you travel deeper into cave and enter the darkest corners of Haakons mind.
***We are terribly sorry for the bugs and crashing issues you may have encountered, but since Shadow of Kharon was a school production, we unfortunately don't have time to fix all the issues. Instead, here's a list of known bugs and ways to avoid them:
If you encounter that the game crashes:
*Try quitting all other Apps before starting the game since it's probably due to memory problems.
*In waterfall level, be careful not to stress the game to avoid crashing. Patience should do the trick here.
*The dog disappears when you tell him to fetch the penguin. The game has not crashed at this point. The dog has just become invisible (for reasons unknown). You need to wait for invisible dog to get the penguin, then the game will continue.
*We recommend that you play through the entire game in one session (should take about 1 hour) Quitting the game could lead to some saving issues.
- We hope that will still enjoy Haakon and Tundras adventure despite the bugs :)***
Crashing bug is fixed. Should run on iPad 2 and later.
Ratings and Reviews
Needs a patch!! - AGAIN
The newest version fixed a crash bug which prevented you from progressing however I only managed to get through two more screens before a new crash bug (after I entered the waterfall) which caused the game to drop out. When I reloaded I was back in the room before the waterfall but had no items in my inventory therefore if I wanted to carry on I would have to start from the beginning again and who knows the bug will probably happen again so I won't bother until you release the next patch. It's a shame because it looks like it would be a really good game! I do appreciate that it's free but it's still annoying when you've spent time playing and keep hitting a brick wall.
Good game...bad coding
Enjoyable point and click, which is atmospheric despite the old school gameplay and simplistic artwork (which I would not change at all). It has a charm enhanced by the old guy mumbling along in Danish. Would love to play more, but as everyone finds out, it crashes. Developers have not fixed this new bug yet. Please, please work on it and release (another) patch soon.
I want more!
Lovely, atmospheric, peaceful. Simple stylised graphics. Not a fast game but better for it. Played all the way through no problems. One of the most memorable games I've played for a while, I want more!
- The National Filmschool of Denmark
- 660.9 MB
- Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humour
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © The National Filmschool of Denmark
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