By Annapurna Interactive

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-12-14
  • Current Version: 1.1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 601.53 MB
  • Developer: Annapurna Interactive
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,417 Ratings


"An exquisite point-and-click game." - The Washington Post "...one of the most engaging puzzle games in recent memory." - GameSpot "...one of the best puzzle games to ever grace my iPad." - Destructoid "....a virtually flawless iOS experience." - AppAdvice Gorogoa is an elegant evolution of the puzzle genre, told through a beautifully hand-drawn story designed and illustrated by Jason Roberts. UNIQUELY IMAGINATIVE PUZZLES The gameplay of Gorogoa is wholly original, comprised of lavishly illustrated panels that players arrange and combine in imaginative ways to solve puzzles. Impeccably simple, yet satisfyingly complex. GORGEOUSLY HAND-DRAWN GAMEPLAY Jason Roberts created thousands of meticulously detailed hand-drawn illustrations, encompassing the impressive scope of Gorogoa's personal narrative. A NEW KIND OF STORYTELLING Gorogoa isn't just a game - it's a work of art, expressing itself through soulful, charming illustrations and distinguished puzzle mechanics.



  • Wish it was longer

    By Bujaly
    Great game. Wish it was longer. Took me several hours to complete.
  • The Gold Standard Of Art and Entertainment

    By Ballsagnia
    Only two games have moved me to write to the developer; Samfrost and Gorogoa. Gorogoa; however, is the only game where I keep coming back (despite knowing better) to see if new levels have been added or a sequel has been added (Coincidently, also the only time I not been wrong...according to my wife). This game sets the bar by which I judge other puzzles of its kind. I’m not sure if this game is considered a psychological or alternate-reality puzzler but, the blend of art, animation and gamification is visually and mentally compelling. In one sitting I completed the entire game. Not to say the game is too short (which it is 😳😳😳...more please) but, it is so good that I couldn’t put it down. Like a fine heroin, this game has got me hooked. “If you don’t play Gorogoa you are wrong!” - Winston Churchill
  • Mouse needed?

    By sobro42
    Do I need a mouse for this game?
  • Clever!!

    By PN71
    I thoroughly enjoyed this game! It forces you to think unconventionally, and it was challenging. When stuck, I found myself puzzling over the game even when I wasn’t playing it. Very clever and unlike any game I’ve played before. Absolutely worth the $4.99.
  • The most beautiful game I’ve ever played

    By MN Joe
    It’s like monument valley on LSD. It’s not only beautiful, but has ingenious puzzles that tap into your intuition, not too difficult and not too easy. There’s also deep storytelling going on that makes me want to replay it immediately. I wish I could give it 6 stars. Well worth the five bucks! Buy it. Encourage this game developer and others like him!
  • 太棒了!!

    By 米糖八刀
  • Amazing puzzle game

    By ThereseCali
    Beautifully made. Fun puzzle. Interesting concept of dividing pictures into new frames and pics. I enjoyed this game so so much and I really hope the makers of it will release another one in the same style! Thanks for an amazing game!
  • I watched the end credits sequence through to the end

    By UsernameNumber
    Not because the end credits are especially fancy or pretty, but out of respect for what I’d just experienced. This game is beautiful, intellectually and emotionally engaging, and oddly relaxing, almost meditative. It also may be the most original game I’ve ever played, a mind-bending feat of design, both creative and technical. The game has not a single explicit instruction and yet by the end you’ll have mastered the handful of subtle tricks needed to solve the puzzles. Don’t bother with gameplay descriptions, just try it. This game is one of a kind.
  • Wow

    By Damon-L
    AMAZING creativity. Like nothing else I’ve ever played. A little on the short side but the length is forgivable considering the game play.
  • Disappointed

    By cdkii
    I really don’t understand how Gorogoa is as well reviewed as it is. I have literally no idea what story this game was trying to convey, and it is insanely short for the price. Yes, it’s an original idea; however, the puzzles seemed to be more proof-of-concept than anything, and you will mostly just rely on trial and error until you stumble upon the correct tile sequence. It isn’t exactly fun.