Project Hyrax: Beyond Time

Project Hyrax: Beyond Time

By Sharvind Rao

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2018-04-22
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 55.82 MB
  • Developer: Sharvind Rao
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 6 Ratings


A time capsule was accidentally activated. Dr. Alex and his team members were tossed into the past, and no one has heard from them ever since. What could have happened to them in an era of at least 50 000 BC? Now, Robin is determined to travel back in time to find his father. Will Robin make it? What will he find in that ancient world? Will everything go as planned? There is only one person who could help him. YOU. Welcome to Project Hyrax: Beyond Time, a gripping interactive fiction that keeps you in suspense from beginning till the end. You will read Robin’s messages and make decisions from the simplest to the life-threatening actions. From mysterious occurrences to exploring the ancient Earth, Robin will communicate with you throughout his extraordinary journey. A thrilling game in which the story plays out in real time. Robin will travel, rest, and dive into actions based on your choices. You can keep up with Robin or come back and play later. The story proceeds as you do. Once you have completed one of the paths in the game, you can go back and choose another option, and witness the changes. Project Hyrax: Beyond Time is an immersive, engaging story of time-traveling, survival, adventure and mysteries, that contains different paths with many outcomes. Robin is waiting now, for YOUR command. Are you willing to help him? *Internet connection not required. No in-app purchases and no ads. *Full-fledged novel coming very soon! Praise for Project Hyrax: "Kept me hooked and waiting to know what happens next" "Can't believe I was so concerned for a character in a mobile game! " "Too eager to know the ending, yet I go back again to try different paths " "I wish I could see the world that Robin was in, it's both thrilling and scary"



  • Game was a solid start

    By Chris Ebel
    I love this style of game, and it did a fairly good job at immersing me in the story. I do, however, have a few critiques. 1) There are a lot of typos and bad English in the writing. There isn’t an excuse for that, and should be fixed and checked if an episode 2 is released. 2) Even though the game allows you to make choices, it felt extremely linear, which in the end made it feel like my choices didn’t matter at all, and were used solely for “death” scenes that you would immediately go back and fix. There isn’t a branching story line, which is a really big miss for this style of game. Those critiques aside, I really did enjoy the game and am interested to see what happens.
  • Fun idea...

    By Pfail
    But could use some editing on the text and takes a while to get the actual game started. Not sure why there’s a real time waiting mechanic in the game either. Think this could be a decent game with some more polish and quality of life improvements.
  • Decent story

    By nolehead
    The story is good but the writing is kind of bland. There are also typos throughout the game.
  • Pretty good

    By ShadowGal21
    The story is interesting so far. I'm glad that the choices are not timed (At least, I hope none of the future choices are). I'm a slow reader, so timed choices would make it too difficult/stressful to enjoy the story.