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From Tequila Works, the developer behind 2012’s survival horror game Deadlight, comes RiME, an all new puzzle platformer. Unravel the mystery of a mysterious island and the commanding tower that looms over it in this thoughtful and charming adventure.

After a tremendous storm, you awake alone on a strange island filled with wild animals and ancient ruins. Among them stands a large and imposing tower, that seems to beckon you toward it with an irresistible curiosity. But it will take all your courage and wit to meet the challenges that lie inside and discover the secrets of this strange and remote location.

The enchanting world of RiME features enough puzzles, adventure, and exploration to please any and all kinds of players. Take your time and explore the sights and sounds of the island, or get straight to it and make haste to the ominous tower. How you explore is entirely up to you.

When you do make it to the tower, you’re sure to encounter all sorts of challenges. These puzzles come in many different forms, featuring sound, light, shadows, and even time. Bolster your wits and solve them with style as you make your way through the tower and toward the answers to the island’s mysteries.

Inspired by the lush environments of the Mediterranean Sea, the island of RiME will enchant players with both its colorful landscapes and its captivating soundtrack. Explore all of the island’s mysterious locations and discover the secrets of the tower and your own history along the way.


Explore – Discover the mysterious island at your own pace. Interact with wildlife, search for hidden items or simply take in the sights and sounds.

Solve Puzzles – Make your way through the ancient ruins and its hidden marvels by solving puzzles with sound, light and shadow projection, perspective, platforming, and even time manipulation.

Find Secrets – Dive deeper into the boy’s backstory by uncovering dozens of secrets and collectibles.

Be Enchanted – Take in a beautiful world inspired by the wonders of the Mediterranean through a fusion of captivating music and color.

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  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 2310 2.9 GHz / AMD FX-6300
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 550 Ti 1GB/ Radeon 6950 1GB or better
  • Storage: 7400 MB available space



  • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel i5 3570k / AMD FX-8350
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 770 2GB / Radeon R9 280X 3GB or better
  • Storage: 7400 MB available space
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