The Chronos Principle is a new puzzle game for mobile platforms from Logisk Studio, the creators of previous mobile games such as Oculux, Orixo and Hexio. It is available now for iOS and Android platforms.

The Chronos Principle is all about playing through and finding solutions in a bunch of intricately-designed puzzle rooms. These stages use the concept of time manipulation as part of their core design, where you must work together with your past self (including your previous actions) to solve over 70 hand-crafted puzzles.


These mechanics are interweaved into the game’s story, so it doesn’t feel too artificial but instead is gradually presented to you over time in order to present a smooth and enjoyable experience. If you’d like to see more of the game in motion, you can watch the trailer for it below.

“I believe that with its original idea, immersive atmosphere, and minimalist art style, players will have the opportunity to experience a mind-bending journey on par with other high-quality games and provide them with an unforgettable experience,” says developer Joey Kazma on the release of The Chronos Principle.

If you’re familiar with any of the developer’s previous titles like Oculux, Orixo and Hexio, you’ll see that this one continues its legacy of creating hand-crafted minimalist puzzle games with complex levels. If you’d like to check out Kazma’s older titles, you can go to Logisk’s website and access the store pages for them from there.

In addition to the puzzles, the game also features a light and dark mode for extra visibility as well as cloud saves, so you can pick up your game on multiple devices.

You can download The Chronos Principle now from the iOS App Store and the Google Play for Android store, where it is a paid title that costs £1.99.

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