Indigo Lake is an intelligent psychological horror game that requires players to explore an open world, solve puzzles, translate genuine ancient American Indian pictograms and dispel spirits with unique rituals. 

Reports of unusual sightings around Indigo Lake are commonplace but recently a spate of suicides has triggered an investigation by paranormal specialists. Your good friend Dr Everett was sent to the lake to find out the truth behind the recent activity but he has failed to report in. It is now your task to find him and put to rest any supernatural activity for good. 

Indigo Lake is a perfect mix of first person combat, driving and puzzle solving set in a large open world environment. The player is equipped with a hand gun and smart glasses which can highlight clues, items and even record their adventure for export to camera roll along with a real time picture in picture view of themselves. When the action heats up the player can take to the road and will quickly learn that route planning and exploration are crucial to surviving the hellish incarnations around the lake and the spirit of the mysterious crying girl.

The design concept behind Indigo Lake was to create an open world living environment. Trees, vegetation and even the rain moves in the harrowing wind. Advanced particle effects fill the players view and distant lightning strikes light up every surface. Full screen blooming, chromatic aberration and advanced physics enhance the game visuals to a level not usually seen on a mobile platform.

- Per Pixel Lighting on all surfaces
- Destroyable objects
- True projectile based hand gun
- Physics based drivable vehicle
- True particle collision effects
- Large free roaming environment
- Elegantly designed first person control scheme
- Live reaction camera
- Inbuilt video recorder (720p recording saved to camera roll)
- Retina support
- Universal app
iPhone 5/iPod touch 5G screen support
iPod 4G, iPhone 4, iPad 2 and up (live reaction camera and recording not available on iPod 4G and iPhone 4). iOS 5,6 and 7 supported.

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Indigo Lake


* Save Issue *

On iOS you have to rotate the device to open the save menu

* Hints *

There are hints and spoilers at the bottom of this page. Scroll slowly to avoid looking to far ahead.

Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves. - Confucius

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HINTS - Spoilers

Some of the common sticking points are answered below - scroll slowly to avoid seeing to far ahead. Most common questions have already been asked and answered on the Touch arcade forums. Just highlight the grey spoiler boxes on the forum posts or just ask.

Missing Notes? - They are all in the houses except one at the start which in next to the shore on a tree.

I'm in Camp Andrews what now? - There is a puzzle with rotating doors on the wall. If you shoot a panel it turns around. There is a clue in one of the other rooms to the way each panel should face. Also look at the direction that the 8 chairs face.

Whats with these photos? - There is one photo that matches the photo next to Dr Everett, click on it.

She coming out of the screen? - Click the key she is holding.

There is lightning blocking the door to the cellar? - You need to kill Dr Everett to get in, Find the area on the ground that is marked with a Star and Circle next to Camp Andrews and try there.

Where does the crystal go? - Click on the Laser beam in camp Andrews (you need to click high on the beam itself).

I've found all the Indian objects where do they go? - There is a box in the cellar where the crystal was, click on it.

I've replaced all the Indian objects what now? - Find and shoot the 3 large floating rocks around the map then go to the Storm Stone Shine to pick up the last key to the water tower by the lake.

Where are the 3 large rocks - one is by the lake close to the 12 pillars. One is on the road above plot 4. One is below plot 6, shoot each one to make them spin.