Archie and crazy professor Klumpfus are stuck in the professor's mansion after the latest experiment of the goofy scientist went all wrong! All kinds of weird lifeforms escaped from their containment. A paranoid central computer issued a lock down on the mansion and trapped both heroes inside!
Help Archie to overcome all the pitfalls of the mad scientist's mansion in this action puzzle game!
This Lite version presents 40 levels of the game for free, but the adventure does not end here! Test your skills and wit in more than 190 levels available in Archibald's Adventures!
* Go through many levels in this mind breaking action puzzle platform game!
* Climb walls and ceilings in a magnetic rolling pod!
* Solve brain busting riddles with remotely controlled flying bubblegum!
* Use your wit and fast reactions to avoid nasty dangers of the mansion!
* Encounter lots of weird and funny monsters running loose in the levels!
* Available in English, French, German, Russian and Czech language.
You can find collection of walkthrough videos at Rake in Grass website.
- The game now supports various display resolutions on modern devices and it runs at 60 frames per second.
- We changed how the bubble’s movement works. It doesn’t bounce wildly anymore and moves a little bit faster for the player’s convenience. We had to make a few small changes in some levels because of it.
- High-resolution graphics is now used on iPhone devices.
Ratings and Reviews
This game is well designed and I enjoy the problem-solving required. I easily considered the game 5 stars until I reached the levels that require moving a bubble around to accomplish tasks. The premise is cool & I enjoyed it for 2 levels; then it got frustrating because I spent my energy on that darn bubble rather than on strategy or logic since one cannot progress without successful control of the bubble. After trying 4 more levels (all are available at once) & having the same problem, I quit the game. Other users may have better luck.
TO DEV: The game is quite good & the bubble is clever. However, while some user effort to control the bubble is challenging & fun, there are limits. For me, what started as a fabulous problem-solving game became simply one of controlling the bubble. While this might not be an issue for some, seems to me your users might increase were the bubble easier to control; maybe not. I don't know the answers, but the questions are: (1) What's to be the user's goal/focus: Solving the bubble problem, or solving the level as a whole? (2) Which market is larger?
I've never played a game like this before
I usually don't like giving reviews about games cause I don't bother doing that..but the first time i opened this app...it had me playing for about 2 hours..the graphics of this game show the real potential of how good a game looks an can be played on the iPhone..the fact that you can adjust the controls anywhere on the screen makes it even better..the sounds are great..the sounds are just perfect for this game..an I love the little thing that when u pass it..it automatically saves your game..so if u die..u start of from that exact point an everything that you did in the level is saved so you don't have to do it again..THIS GAME IS JUST AWESOME I RECOMMENED IT
TO EVERYBODY..thanks developer for this game..really thank you
Deep, Fun Game
This is a really deep game. There are many things to help you, like: crates, bombs, a pink bubble potion thing, that vehicle on the icon, and many more. There are also many things working against you, like: crates (they may block your way), fans, messed up creatures, sharp needles, floor spikes, acid, and many more. This is a great platform game that requires more thought than you would think. You have to plan ahead, solve puzzles, and have good timing. Overall, this is a GREAT and FREE game that I would recommend to anyone who doesn't want to spend a whole lot of money on one game and loves challenging story games. This game will probably persuade you to get the full version.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.