Apple Arcade on Friday added Lumen, a new light-based game from Lykke Studios, to its catalog of over 145 games. Lykke also created the meditative watercolor game Tint that’s available on Apple Arcade. You can try your hand at Lumen this weekend across iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod Touch and Apple TV.
In Lumen, when you open a mysterious box in an old attic, the recorded voice of Olivia MacLumen, a great inventor who lived in Scotland over 100 years ago, beckons you on an adventure. She tells you that all the stories about her inventions are saved on film frames in the box, and you must restore them by using light. After a quick tutorial, players will learn how to bounce light beams off lenses and mirrors to solve each puzzle and uncover Olivia’s story.
Solving light puzzles will unlock Olivia’s story.
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If you enjoyed Tint or the reflective rhythm game Eloh from Broken Rules Studio, Lumen will join your roster of favorite puzzle games.
Here’s a look at the game’s trailer from Lykke:
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