ZoomBook: The Temple of the Sun

ZoomBook: The Temple of the Sun

Solve the puzzles to reveal the story


  • The puzzles and the storyline are linked well
  • Cool soundtrack
  • Impressive cut scenes


  • Puzzles are very simple to start


Like most children in the 80s, I always dreamed of becoming Indiana Jones, though I think I'd be better than him because I'm not scared of snakes.

The main protaganist in ZoomBook reminds me a lot of the daredevil archeologist, so I was keen to show what I could do. The first few levels of the game disappointed me a bit due to their simplicity and I wondered how long the real Indy would be playing before he got bored and started messing about with his whip.

However, if you have the persistance, the game becomes much more challenging and thus solving the puzzles is more rewarding. There are even levels that subdivide into more parts, making solving the riddles all the more complex.

The story progresses with some nice cut scenes and well-rendered graphics that immerse you into the plot. The music is not bad either, and I found it helped me to concentrate on the task at hand.

Challenge yourself with a new twist in puzzle games as you embark on an exciting adventure through a world of ancient temples and mysterious treasures!

When a mysterious package arrives at the local university, two of the most renowned anthropology professors join forces to discover hidden clues and solve mind-boggling riddles.

Time travel with them to the great Mayan ruins in search of the magic relic, ZoomBook, but beware of the mysterious villain that follows your every move!

ZoomBook: The Temple of the Sun


ZoomBook: The Temple of the Sun

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