Beneath the Lighthouse

Beneath the Lighthouse

Beneath the Lighthouse is a game that does not say a lot about itself in the title. In fact before playing the game you will wonder what this lighthouse is but there’s a simple answer in the story of the game.

You will play as a small and cute child that will go on a mission to search for his grandpa who runs the lighthouse but has gone missing a few days ago. So you enter the huge lighthouse and all the mechanisms that lie underneath it and you try to make it inside and hopefully find your grandpa. To do this you will have to move from point A to point B. As you probably expect, things are not that easy and you will encounter obstacles on the way such as sharp iron teeth, holes and so on. The game, however, allows you to easily overcome these obstacles – all you have to do is rotate the large circle that you will see in the middle of the display of your Android device and then the child will follow the laws of gravity to move around and even fall if such is the case. The ultimate goal is to reach a door that you will see and when you do, you will be ready to move to the next level and we have to tell you that there are many levels before the end of the game.

Beneath the Lighthouse is a simple game so it does not come with fancy 3D graphics or the like. The sound is also simple but the game is what it is and we think you will actually enjoy what you get. The real strength of the game lies in the gameplay, which is addictive and fun and we do believe that you will get to enjoy this game, especially if you have time to kill. The app is here on Google Play and comes for free as usual.

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