The successor to the highly acclaimed Editors’ Choice-winning game Euclidean Lands is here!
Euclidean Skies combines marvellous architecture and turn-based movements to create a beautiful world with mind-bending puzzles.
The game’s focus is on shifting and rotating, challenging you to think about the breathtaking structures from multiple viewpoints at once.
When using the spectacular AR* mode, fantastic castles will float in your living room, right in front of you.
Twist and turn the architecture to outmaneuver enemies and guide the heroine to the exits of 40 elegant levels.
Designed for all ages, Euclidean Skies evokes the feelings of a physical toy, where the joy lies in the act of play. While it’s possible to play the game with efficiency in mind, playing around with different shapes and forms, without the pressure of solving a level, can be truly satisfying too.
● 40 hand-crafted levels with mind-bending puzzles
● Fierce boss fights
● Beautiful AR mode
● Special achievements for ambitious players
● Skip-a-level option for impatient players
● iCloud sync across all your devices
*The augmented reality mode can be switched on and off, at any point, without interrupting the user experience.
Optimized for the new iPad Pro
Ratings and Reviews
First half hour playing this game and I am amazed at the complex mechanics and freedom with which levels can be solved...(ie, slash em’ with my sword or smash em with rotating blocks and the millions of possible configurations of rotating blocks to reach the exit). Really fabulous programming and gorgeous aesthetic. The skeletal dragon or dinosaur (?) is a fantastic added danger. Full of discovery and beauty.
It is, however, pretty tough on my poor iPhone 6....hopefully newer phones will fare better, but old phone users be prepared for slow launch and very laggy rendering, though only at times...over half the time it is smooth and not glitchy. Airplane mode helped.
This one will get many rewards, I am sure!
Overly complicated finicky controls
The controls for the game are overly complicated. The same touch or gesture can result in at least four different rotations at any point. Then the next time it doesn’t rotate without any obvious reason for it. The result is a game that becomes more about manipulating the controls than manipulating the game world.
The still graphics are pretty, but the character movement is one full chunk at a time with no fluidity or connectivity between motions. As a result the game is more like watching segments of time than a fluid passage.
Overall the game has promise, but it needs polish and refinement to make it engaging to play.
Prefer Euclidean Lands
The off-centered axis is very unintuitive and frustrating. Maybe that is part of the appeal for some people, an extra challenge. But for me I much more enjoyed the previous game Euclidean Lands with its intuitive rotation. If you are undecided between the two, I recommend it instead. But overall this is still a very well crafted game.
- kunabi brother GmbH
- 348.5 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © kunabi brother & miro straka
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.