One look at The Passenger and you will certainly want to pick it up. The game immediately hooks you with its noir, almost Frank Miller-style artwork casting a mysterious aura over what lies ahead. Once you pick it up, the puzzles ensue and you’ll slowly start uncovering the game screen-by-screen, getting more immersed in its incomparable design.
Of course, looks aren’t everything — the gameplay also needs to be top-notch. With The Passenger, you’ll somewhat be reminded of a third-person version of The Secret of Grisly Manor (from nearly a year ago!) in how you scour each level for clues and solve a litany of puzzles along the way. And those puzzles are incredible in their own right — each one is radically different and requires mastery a different function on your device (tilt, touch, etc.) to solve. Seeing as how Grisly Manor ended up being one of the most successful games created with Corona, we don’t see why The Passenger shouldn’t be able to replicate that success!