Nauticrawl: 20,000 Atmospheres makes it’s debut on iOS Today

 Nauticrawl: 20,000 Atmospheres makes it’s debut on iOS Today

In a grasp for salvation with sentinels closing in, you’ve stolen a Nauticrawl. You check the radar, turn a few knobs, press some buttons… then you realize: ​​ I don’t know how to move this hunk of metal...

It’s an exciting day for iOS users, as the critically-acclaimed escape room game Nauticrawl launches it’s puzzle adventure on the App Store today! Your mobile mission, if you choose to accept it, is to steal a mech and escape the strange planet… Or die trying!

Join, Try, Die, Repeat

It’s a fairly familiar situation for anyone who has started a new job with a whole new piece of tech or software to learn… In Nauticrawl, players find themselves on a hostile planet desperate for escape. They steal a Nauticrawl mech, but quickly realise they have no idea how to pilot it.

What unfolds is a puzzle game designed around experimentation: what happens if you pull this lever? How about pushing this button? Or perhaps twisting these dials to a specific combination? Set in an eerie, steampunk world, players must grasp the alien tech and successfully engineer an escape like no other.

Nauticrawl is designed by Italian game designer Andrea Interguglielmi, best known for adventure games for the GameBoy Color, and as a Hollywood effects artist, and it is published by Armor Games Studio. As such, Nauticrawl is a veritable feasts for the eyes!

I’m super excited to be releasing Nauticrawl on iOS, it’s a journey that lends itself well to bite sized sessions of trial and error. I sincerely hope mobile gamers will enjoy experimenting with all the tactile controls and gauges scattered around the mysterious cockpit.

Andrea Interguglielmi

Whilst we’re still puzzling our way through the VR version of the game, A Rogue Escape, this afternoon players across the world will be able to pick up Nauticrawl: 20,000 Atmospheres on iOS from the App Store for $4.99 / £4.99 / €5.49.

Don’t miss out!


  • Mairi

    Mairi is the editor-in-chief of The Escape Roomer and covers escape room news and reviews across the UK's South.

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