The Perils of Man

Imagine discovering that for generations your family has concealed a machine that can crack the code of destiny and give its user the power to tinker with fate. Ana Eberling may only be a teenager, but she is about to confront the biggest questions of life as she tries to solve the mystery of her father Max Eberling, a rogue scientist who vanished when she was just a little girl.

The game’s first chapter was released for free on iPad in March 2014.

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Posted by thorn969 on Jul 7, 2017

Easy but buggy interesting short outing

This game was very short. And quite easy. Pretty much all the puzzles were of the pixel hunting variety, although occasionally you were required to put together relatively simple facts. It sometimes seemed to be trying to be educational. I didn't... Read the review »

Posted by My Dune on Sep 24, 2016

Not perfect, but good enough

Found the game very glichy(cutscene's, gameplay, sounds), but it didnt bother me that much. It's short I agree, but I don't think it should have been a lot longer also. For the story I think the length is just right. I would have liked a bit more... Read the review »

Posted by Dan123 on Mar 26, 2016

Interesting, engaging but short

An intriguing story fit for a nicely thought story. Lots of uncertainty in the way the story evolves and surprising elements. Voiceacting is good, animations are pretty good, the style of drawing is nice, though not the best 3d i've seen. One of... Read the review »

Adventure Games by Bill Tiller

Game Information

Platform iPad, Mac, PC
Perspective Third-Person
Control Point-and-click, Touch
Gameplay Quest
Genre Mystery, Science Fiction
Theme Steampunk
Graphic Style Stylized art
Presentation Realtime 3D
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media Internet download