Labyrinth deLux – A Crusoe Quest is a VR first person optics puzzle game set in an alien space station. Complete the mind-boggling levels with a little help from you supersmart AI-Assistant Friday.


Help, up is down and down is up! Where am I? Why am I all alone here? How do I get out of here? Friday, help!

In Labyrinth deLux – A Crusoe Quest you are space trucker Robin on your way back to planet Earth. By your side – your ever helpful virtual assistant Friday.

When caught in a time-loop you happen to wake up in a temple-like space.

The only way out of this cube and to the safety of your space truck is to (re)align the laser and point at mirrors, prisms and other reflective surfaces to open the doors and perhaps find answers to your questions or to a truth beyond your imagination.

Key Features

  • Solve mind bending puzzles by guiding a laser beam through a maze of mirrors and prisms
  • Walk on walls and ceilings through a unique magnetic shoe locomotion 
  • Master 16 challenging levels in an alien low poly pixel look and mysterious sound design
  • Enjoy a funny frame story between a female space trucker and her overly correct AI companion

About Enigma Film and K5 Factory:

Enigma Film, managed by author and Producer Fritjof Hohagen, is located in Munich and Berlin and is an established German production company having produced or co-produced more than ten films for the German and international market. Enigma film produced Labyrinth deLux – A Crusoe Quest and K5 Factory realised the production. K5 Factory was founded by award-winning film producer Oliver Simon in late 2018 as a start-up with the vision to define new ways of story-telling in the virtual world. The team of 18 is made up of professionals hailing from K5 Film and the gaming industry.