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Discover a new, mysterious and unusual world. Pass the tests, open the secrets of the main character and slightly open the veil of secrecy, as well as find the answer to the question - "Who am I? And why am I here? ".

Analemma is a philosophical puzzle with a first-person view, in which you have to solve various tests and soon get answers to the main character's questions - "Who am I?" And why am I here? ". First of all, the game will give you beautiful locations, pleasant music, and entertaining gameplay, which will brighten up a few hours and immerse you in the atmosphere of travel and other worlds.

You will find yourself in a strange place, completely empty, but you should activate the mechanism, and then you'll see how everything changes.Your main task is to reach the end and understand what happened to the main character and why he is here?

Features of the game:
▪ Overcome many interesting levels.
▪ Manipulate the environment, change the reality to find a way out.
▪ Look for Easter Eggs, collect achievements.
▪ Beautiful and relaxing music.
▪ Unique locations.
Mugle Studio
Mugle Studio
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core i3
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
A Philosophical first-person adventure with puzzles. In This game you jump using portals from one world to another to answer the questions "Who am I?", "Why am I here?" + Good atmosphere, good idea. + Russian translation in the form of subtitles and menus. The Voice-overs are not here at all. + Beautifully decorated worlds, good graphics. + This is an indie game, so the price low, developers on sales give a good discount. In Addition, the game fell into the sets, so it can be traded almost a set. -Sometimes Weak optimization. I'Ve got a FPS on my knife. Perhaps from the effects of water, as noticed for the first time in the water world. + Responsive developers, excellent support. Acquired 2 games of this team, on both there was a glitch with the Linux version not booting. Posted in forum, almost immediately answered, the update came out in half an hour. Notebook DEXP CLV-650-SB, CPU: Intel (R) Core (TM) i3-4000Mb RAM: 8GB HDD + SSD Video: NVIDIA GeForce 940M (bumblebee + NVIDIA-current) OS: MagOS Linux 2016.64 DE: Plasma 1366x768 Review is included in the list of Games, Linux, Steam, reviews.
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Microsoft from French
Emma wrote don't get me wrong, it's not a puzzle game or a jigsaw game. It's just a runner/platformer. In short, the goal is to run everywhere to find what we are told to find. Knowing that basically, from the beginning we know almost all the mechanics that one will cross; Yes almost nothing changes, if not may be the décor and the number of "boxes" to be found. There is a narrative frame that seems to be arranged by written dialogues between two people, but name of diou that I did not manage to concentrate on it and that I was not interested! That being said, the soundtrack is OK but no more and the same goes for the graphics. As for the jumps, they are rather fluid and rather coherent. that's OK. On the other hand, if the jumps are good, with regard to the Hitbox, it is once on 2 I have the impression; especially with the rocks. This is with regard to the mechanics of the game; Yes there are not many eh. After all you just have to jump to find two light indicators (one red and one green) then lower the arrows 4 blocks down. And then we end with the portal that remains on the same principle as these blocks. But it's not all that makes me Tilter... For example there is also the resolution which is unchangeable. What makes the big Max we can play in 1680 * 1050 when one is in windowed, and 1920 * 1080 when one is in full screen. That being said, I have the impression that the quality is lower in full screen. It smells like the old stretching (+ 2 little black stripes on the sides seems to me). It's too bad to have to play in QWERTY... In other words, it's stupid not to be able to change the keybind. Ah and if you want to become deaf and blind, this is a great game... Between the deafening crackling during the "mechanical noises" and the portal that blinds us once it has been activated... I do not recommend it to you, free to try it however and make me a return. You can follow the page curator here: sacrez'art.
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