Krystopia: A Puzzle Journey – Walkthrough Guide

Krystopia: A Puzzle Journey
By: Antler Interactive

Krysopia: A Puzzle Journey is an adventure game from Antler Interactive in which you need to solve puzzles and look for hidden relics and notes. This walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section.


Chapter 1:

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9 months ago

It’s definetly a nice puzzle game, could use more puzzle types IMO and I’m curious about the story as well. I hope more chapters get released.

I’m currently stuck in chapter 4 on the third floor that gets unlocked (it’s the bottom floor via the elevator) and am having trouble with the standing puzzle that’s on the floor since it involves some quick timing which I’m finding hard to do. I’m not sure if it’ll let me control multiple parts at once as it feels like I need to be able to do that.

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9 months ago

You mean the laser puzzle, right…? No you can’t. It’s broken. It’s completely impossible, there was an update this morning (19/10) but all that did was fix a minor bug with AR. The laser puzzles are impossible (at least I assume there’s going to be more than one, and I will assume they all employ the same mechanics) because it’s impossible to control the swing of the laser precisely. I emailed Antler and they told me I was wrong, that it was perfectly possible, their response to me telling them that I’m having a bad experience playing their game is to basically tell me that I’m the problem, not the game (funny how there are multiple reviews on the App Store all sayImg exactly the same thing – I guess we’re all the problem, eh…?).

No, Antler, your game is the problem. I have deleted it until such time as you realise this and fix it.

9 months ago

I verify that Chapter 1 does contain a letter in the AR section. It’s the reward for solving the puzzle. On my Samsung Android devices, I get the message “AR failed to initialize”, which suits me, and I can play the puzzle without a problem. The four drum-like pieces should continue to show you a symbol as you rotate them. I couldn’t tell if your screen was also failing to show you some clues or not. I tried to capture a screen shot of the letter when revealed, but my attempt failed (I have no added tools for recording/capture). I can email you a screenshot of the letter opened from within the inventory, if you want; just email me. My opinion is that a collectible should not be placed in a section the developer lavels as “Optional”; that’s a bonus or optional collectible.

9 months ago

In response to my initial review on Google Play, the developer wrote that the AR will be removed from this game, but gave me a courteous brush off regarding the problems most of us have with laser alignment, particularly rotation. Because my device “cannot initialize AR”, I was able to proceed without it the first time it was offered. My complaint to the developer was about putting a collectible and storyline in AR, then calling it Optional. I will play a bit farther than Chapter 2 soon, but I anticipate editing my review on Google Play lower unless the puzzle mechanics become easier to manipulate.
I feel the game has some charm but it is still beta.