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Polyology

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Push a block with a 2 alongside another 2 and they'll disappear. A block with a 3 needs to be adjacent to two other 3s. Simply push the required number of blocks together. The combination of varied block mechanics, environmental factors and lateral thinking you'll need are what create the diverse and unique challenges of this puzzle game.

  • Brimming with an array of mechanics all based around a deceptively simple idea.
  • 60 rich and uniquely challenging levels.
  • No need to worry about mistakes as you can just rewind time.
  • Star system to allow casual users to breeze through and give experienced puzzlers a real challenge.
  • Rendered with vector graphics so can scale to any resolution – no matter how high.
  • Access to the source code and assets for those that want to tweak, mod or just have a looksie.
SoundtrackCreated especially for Polyology by industry veterans Graeme Norgate and Ross Tregenza, who brought you incredible soundtracks such at GoldenEye 007, Timesplitters 2 and Crysis 3 to name a few.
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Gridlock Interactive
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Gridlock Interactive
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Not rated
Website
http://polyologygame.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 or above
  • Processor: 2.50 Ghz Dual-core
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Integrated Graphics
  • Storage: 512 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Steam

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Polyology reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Product received for free Kleiner simple and nicely made Bud fun that could be addictive And for a very narrow Purse. As With a classic Moving Puzzle with its red Mac-Man, you shift more or less free Cubes according to the Value to form a Chain. All you need is a Keyboard with WASD or the Arrow Keys, where a Controller is also possible. Not every Section is immediately self-explanatory And sometimes you need several Attempts, but it is not an insoluble task. So a Taler in the Slot And try yourself and from me there is a clear Recommendation for that.
Translated by
Microsoft from Russian
Although The idea itself is not original, but the author tried to squeeze out of it all that is possible, using various mechanics of interaction with cubes. The Game pleases with a nice visual design, simple and understandable interface. Pleases the opportunity to roll back the moves, so as not to pass the levels first. The Levels are relatively few, but not monotonous, as often happens in similar games. Some of them are quite complex and will make a good think to get three stars (and maybe even more:) Besides the puzzles themselves there is an arcade mode, where you need to make a combination of time-a nice addition to the main game. Of The shortcomings can be noted enough koryavenki translation into Russian. Also during the movement of the character begins to flicker mouse cursor, so I advise to take it to the right edge, so as not to irritate. In General, the game left a pleasant experience.
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Microsoft from French
Polyology is a very nice little puzzle game, in which you will have to push blocks in order to put side by side those bearing the same number. As the 60 levels in the game are introduced additional mechanics: some of these blocks can slide or swap their position with yours (or both at the same time); others are ephemeral or adopt the number of the blocks with which they come into contact. The challenge varies, from moderate to raised, depending on whether you want to harvest the 180 stars or not. In fact, each Riddle corresponds to three levels of success, each depending on the number of movements you have made. Getting the maximum score often requires a good dose of reflection. Apart from that, the soundtrack, failing to be unforgettable, does honorably the job: coaching and not repetitive for a penny. If we add to all this a more than affordable price, there is really (to fans of the genre) no reason not to give him a chance. NB: the designer of Polyology appeared to me very accessible or in any case willing to solve my problems. Failing to be able to run the game on steam (and thus to get the successes), it provided me with a functional version. Verdict: 3.5/5-which is good, but not top.
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