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Based on the award-winning mobile game of the same name, Obulis takes things to the next level by fusing highly compelling gameplay with outstanding graphics, music and state of the art physics effects.

The goal of Obulis is to drop all of the colored spheres into their like-colored pots. Spheres are connected to the playfield using chains and ropes and the player must cut these constraints to put the spheres and the level in motion by the forces of gravity and physical interaction. The controls are extremely simple and intuitive. Obulis can literally be learned in seconds, but the puzzles will keep you thinking for hours.

  • Over 150 Levels
  • Over a Dozen Interesting Themes
  • Breathtaking Graphics and Music
  • Spectacular Physics and Special Effects
  • Unlock 17 Achievements Found Within the Game
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
  • Processor: 1.0 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 128 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX compatible 64 MB graphics card
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 50 MB of available hard disk space
  • Sound: DirectX compatible audio card
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Obulis Trailer (High Quality)
Apr 12, 2009
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How to beat Obulis. Chapter 2, Waterfall 10
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Obulis Chapter 2 Waterfall VII-XIII
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Obulis Chapter 2 Pond X ULTRA
Mar 27, 2009
Obulis Chapter 3 Desert VII-XII
Mar 29, 2009
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If a Tree Falls in the Forest...
Complete the level "Dark Forest III Ultra"
You... Complete Me
Collect all 347 1/2 stars in the game.
Nothing like the Classics
Complete the level "Antiquity XI Ultra"
Meditate Really hard
Complete the level "Garden V Ultra"
Hey Tuco!
Complete the level "Desert VIII Ultra"
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Cellzar's versuchte Attentate auf mich (Gone Wrong)
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Obulis reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
According to the Game principle "Cut the Rope." Operating On the PC is not always for me at all. Why do I first have to select the Chain with the left Mouse button and then cut it up immediately with the right Mouse button? The Reason for this does not open up to me. If I have to start the Level Anew for the thirtieth Time in order to press exactly two mouse buttons to the Millisecond, I will eventually lose the Pleasure. Let others fight their way through it. I uninstalled it.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
The Game is medium sumptuous. As a physics-based skill Game, it's good. But as such, it was not advertised, but as a physics-based puzzle game, as a puzzle. As such, it's bad. In my Understanding, a Puzzle game Must not only disclose all Information to Solve the Problem (which is the case here), but must also be able to play time pressure (see E.g. Contraption Maker, Crazy Machines). However, in order to let the balls fly in the desired Direction, it often depends on a winous Fraction of a second. After All, the Physics in the game works so excellently that the respective Result is reproducible (the Sphere does not fly anywhere else at the same sequence, so the Physics used is "highly modern," otherwise it is simple Newton's physics), but for the Solution of the Task is usually only a minimal Window of opportunity to set a Cut. A little too early or too late and you can start over. This means that, although mostly safe, I need to know how to do it, but sometimes I need many Attempts to get it. Im am a medium-bopriced Patient player, but I just didn't find the Game interesting enough than to expose me to this Game of Patience for Quite a long time. In two cases, you can only cut marked chain/Ropes. Sometimes this is good, especially when you have Time. Then you first mark the Object (with LMB) and cut (preferably with the Space key) when the Timing seems favorable. This saves you from having to constantly follow the Cursor to the moving Object. Sometimes it's bad, especially when you don't have Time. Then it would be good, RMB would mean the Object is cut through, whether it was marked before or not. But That was not programmed. Otherwise, the Game is well opened. The Graphics are good, so is the Music. The Options are a bit very meagre (just two Settings: Music An/Aus and another). Why there is just a 1/2 Star to the Reward of having managed a level is, to me, is sneaky, but the Puzzle is to be treated to the Programming. Pro & Contra: + Part heavy Skill Tasks + Good graphics and Sound-The Advertising is misleading-No Cutting without previous Marking rating: 05/10 As a skill game almost very good, as a puzzle game a False purchase. If you Like the former, I can recommend it, if you expect the latter, I can't recommend it.
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