The Talos Principle

The Talos Principle APK Download

By Devolver Digital

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-10-11
  • Current Version: 1.4
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 1.80 GB
  • Developer: Devolver Digital
Score: 4.5
From 581 Ratings



  • Great until...

    By HizHoliness
    I got to Push It get a pair of new types of tripods that interact with each other and other never-before-seen objects, but it's totally unintuitive as to what to do or how to do it. Gave up after 20 minutes of playing around. Guess I'll have to Google it.
  • Fantastic game

    By Sunshine1733
    I played this through recently as was quite impressed. Some puzzles did require that I ditch the default tap and swipe controls, and I eventually just kept using the virtual game pad. I noticed there was an expansion for other platforms and hope that gets ported to IOS, too. This game is definitely worth purchasing!
  • Ok game but confusing and not worth the cost.

    By Rss060609
    Game is well designed and looks fantastic but the game itself is confusing. I purchased this bc of how well it’s designed and the App Store’s “rave” pre-release review. I’ve played several times since then and it doesn’t get much better. Not surprisingly, I’m thinking the App Store’s critics were paid a bit more for saying this game was amazing. I’ve played multiple times, progressed through several levels, and it never gets any better or becomes appealing to play. All this game has to offer is its look. When you start out the game with almost no instruction on gameplay and all you know that you’re a robot who doesn’t know anything, it doesn’t draw you in or get you hooked up front. Don’t waste your time or money unless they drop the price to $0.99.
  • Touch screen defeated me

    By Partner This
    Experience has taught me that shooters are no good on a touch screen but I've always enjoyed puzzle games on my iPad Air 2. This one defeated me though. I got as far as Woosh! In the B level and figured it out OK, but when it came time to execute two double taps to finish, the touch screen wouldn't react quickly enough for me. After many frustrating attempts, I gave up. Knowing that I won't be able to complete the game with out the sigal from this area, I deleted it from my pad. I found other areas frustrating in the same way, whenever there were complex actions required to evade black orbs, I had a difficult time getting the iPad to react quick enough. Perhaps younger, quicker fingers would enjoy this game more.
  • Best game ever.

    By Brenlow
    A truly challenging puzzle game that really helps you with your Maze
  • Don’t bother, won’t even open

    By SMGifford123
    Waste of money and time. Save yourself the frustration and get something else.
  • 50 hrs of deep, fun brain exercise.

    By aD1amond
    Buy this game! Developer put so much love into this pocket world, that you can just walk around and gaze at its beauty. Puzzles grow in complexity from simple to really tough. But there’s never a point when puzzle can’t be beaten with logic and observation. I’ve missed the last star inside the tower and that’s the only time I needed to look on youtube where’s the 30th star in the game. Game tells a compelling story. Voice acting is fantastic. You really see the story of human tragedy as it unfolds. Some easter eggs too. Three possible endings. Just terrific. I’ve put almost 50 hours as per in-game timer to reach the end. Buy. This. Game. You won’t regret it. PS playing on ipad pro. Touch controls, no controller.
  • This is great but...

    By 17728notabot
    This game is a great game in general. Puzzles and adventure are mixed into one game. However, there are some levels that do not work. Beating these levels is sometimes imperative to keeping the story going. I am stuck on the level “You Know You Mustn’t Cross The Streams,” because every time I pick up the box, my game freezes and crashes. I need to get the puzzle piece from this level, and yet it’s impossible to obtain it. PLEASE FIX THIS, as I would love to play more.
  • Great game, frustrating controls at times

    By mrflip
    This is a great game with just about one flaw: the touch area for selecting objects is too small, especially in the default tap-to-move mode. If it were only 50% larger in radius I’d give this game a 5+ rating. As it stands however, touching a sentinel robot just a few pixels off not only fails to target it, it **steps toward** the sentinel, ensuring your demise. Virtual gamepad mode helps address this, but is a bit clunky itself and it remains frustrating to poke poke poke the screen. Given that I have the whole rest of the screen for look gestures this seems a safe fix. Another easy interface change I’d like to see is that the jammer’s “drop” button remain even if a target is in sight. Currently, to drop the scanner targeting nothing, you have to stop moving, look at the sky, and then hit drop. Together these flaws made Labyrinth in particular nearly impossible, even in virtual gamepad mode. Finally, when using the prism reflectors many targets fail to show up until you “nod” the view back and forth a few times. I often would get my guy in just the one right spot to reflect everything and then find that when I tried to pick the target I’d step out of position. Don’t understand why visible targets lose their buttons. (Spoiler alert for my last comment) ... ... ... For the final puzzle, exclude all codes with the number 8. It’s too easy to think that’s the level you’re on. Mine started 88 and so I took no notice of the clues.
  • Dry my i phone battery so fast

    By Pko8890
    Overheating my i phone 6s like fire,& battery runs out after 10 minutes playing.


"If you're yet to experience one of the most intriguing puzzle games of its generation, then picking it up for your iPhone or iPad is pretty much a no-brainer." 9/10 & Gold Award - Pocket Gamer "The Talos Principle is an excellent open-world puzzle adventure that is just jaw-dropping beautiful on your iOS device." 9/10 - AppAdvice --- As if awakening from a deep sleep, the player finds himself in a strange world of ancient ruins and advanced technology. Tasked by his creator with solving a series of increasingly complex puzzles, he must decide whether to have faith or to ask the difficult questions: Who am I? What is my purpose? With the innovative tap-and-swipe control system that immediately feels natural, an engaging story and challenging puzzles The Talos Principle is a full-fledged game with over 20 hours of content and entertainment, be it a short challenge for the brain or an entire afternoon filled with exploration and excitement. To round the experience out - the combination of Metal API and the cutting-edge Serious Engine ensures jaw-dropping graphics and amazing performance on iOS devices. Features: • Enjoy jaw-dropping graphics, harnessing the power of Metal API and Serious Engine • Use the innovative and intuitive tap-and-swipe control system, opt for gamepad emulation available in options, or take advantage of MFi support with a regular gamepad • Overcome more than 120 immersive puzzles in a stunning world • Divert drones, manipulate laser beams and even replicate time to prove your worth - or to find a way out • Explore a story about humanity, technology, and civilization. Uncover clues, devise theories, and make up your own mind • Choose your own path through the game's non-linear world, solving puzzles your way • But remember: choices have consequences and somebody's always watching you