A mystery puzzle adventure
Michael is an ambitious explorer searching for a secret treasure. Finding himself trapped in the dark pyramid of Khaba, a weak ray of sunlight becomes his only hope.
Through chambers filled with puzzles, Michael must reflect this beam against orbs and dusty mirrors to pass each test. When a lit stone opens one passage, another one is blocked and each chamber becomes a further test of patience and reason.
As Michael descends deeper into the pyramid, every solved puzzle will also unfold new parts of his troubled story. Almost as if the pyramid itself is testing Michael, an optional story about the dead Pharaoh will demand alternative solutions to each puzzle – but also expose the true nature of Michael’s past.
- 28 puzzle levels
- Hours of gameplay
- Alternative endings
Khaba is a game from Swedish game studio Hello There. With a thrilling story, challenging puzzles and intuitive gameplay combined in a unique mix
Additional languages added: Korean and Chinese subtitles and full German voice-acting.
Ratings and Reviews
This game gives just the right amount of challenge. Not so easy that you breeze through it. It demands logic and imagination. Also require some dexterity as it is sometimes difficult to direct the light beams as they move when you lift your finger or stylus. I am now stuck on Level 25 and have been there for a few days, so if anyone can drop a clue...
Here's a hidden gem that needs a little love
A great light-based physics puzzler. No IAPs, no timers, just great relaxing puzzley gameplay.
I took 1-star off because the graphics could be a little crisper, but it's not really affecting my enjoyment. Games like this make me wonder what other gems are hiding on the App Store waiting for somebody to buy them and take a few moments to write about them.
Pretty Great Game
Good puzzles and some story (with voice-acting even) to tie it all together make this a pretty great game. The controls can be a little imprecise when getting a light beam to be in just the right spot, but most of the time it seems fine. Well worth it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.