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Kitrinos: Inside the Cube

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1961. Professor Dimarx is an archaeologist who thinks he made the discovery of the century on his planet, Terra, on the forbidden continent. For posterity, he is followed by his long-time partner and friend, Gramuel Solus, who is in charge of filming this great event. On arriving at the ruins, they discover a chasm with stairs carved into the rock. Here and there, strange black crystals seem to indicate ancient volcanic activity. Dimarx is elated by his discovery, and descends into the depths of the earth without precautions, as if called by an unknown force to discover the first Black Cube in the modern history of Terra.

Free prequel of sorts to other Black Cube adventures, made as part of Adventure Jam 2018.


17 Jul, 2018
Kitrinos set free on Steam

Black Cube (ASA, Catyph) installment from Adventure Jam now available with bonus DLC.

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Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective First-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Puzzle, Solitary Exploration
Genre Science Fiction
Theme -
Graphic Style Illustrated realism
Presentation Panoramic nodes
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media Internet download

Kitrinos: Inside the Cube by Simon Says: Watch! Play! - A Point and Click Adventure Game

Kitrinos: Inside the Cube is an adventure game, released in 2018 by Simon Says: Watch! Play!. Kitrinos: Inside the Cube has a Illustrated realism style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have not yet published a review of Kitrinos: Inside the Cube, at this time the community has not provided a rating for Kitrinos: Inside the Cube.