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Help Skipper, Dipper, and Mable cross the Crystalline Sea as they complete a series of ever more challenging puzzles. Set in a relaxing & minimalistic lowpoly world, Skipper and his friends' adventures will challenge your problem solving skills and push your reasoning to the max.

Skipper brings you

  • Over 50 unique and challenging puzzles
  • Keyboard and Gamepad controls
  • An attractive lowpoly environment
  • A soothing sound track and effects
  • Steam Achievements with Cards coming soon
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System requirements for macOS

  • OS: MacOS 10+
  • Processor: 2GHZ Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Storage: 100 MB available space

System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 (or SteamOS)
  • Processor: 2GHZ Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 580
  • Storage: 100 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7+
  • Processor: 2GHZ Dual Core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 8 Series
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Now we have some progress.
You might have actually been challenged. Very good!
That's more like it.
An achievement worth something. Five easy levels down.
Off to the races.
It's not much, but it's something! You completed a puzzle.
The struggle is real.
The struggle zipped right up didn't it? Still you made it here. Good work.
Getting sticky?
Things are heating up, but you keep on pushing. Your mom is so proud.
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Skipper reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
A small puzzle game/Enigma refreshing to the Visual aesthetic and relaxing sound. The basic principle is interesting but becomes too routine on the last levels, the fault in particular to a lack of new elements brought in the course of the game. Some puzzles stand out vaguely by a sympathetic use of the mechanisms but overall everything looks and cruelly lacks a challenge. Aside from 1 or 2 tougher levels in the middle of the game, others can end up in a small handful of minutes by always applying the same recipe. The game may be too open (there is rarely a single solution). Also note a slight lack of Visual and ergonomic Polish. Despite everything it occupies a pair of hours and remains pleasant.
Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Skipper-Puzzle Across The Sea developed and released by 2xMilk. Gameplay In this puzzle/puzzle game, you move one, later up to 3, different colored Cubes (black, purple and yellow) over a Map. This consists of different Tiles. The Goal is to bring all the Dice to a shining Point where they dissolve and then are no longer available for the Rest of the Level. This is important to note because, each Cube colors the Tiles it runs over. Tiles, which have the same Color as the Cube, can no longer be entered by it. So The other Dice have to "paint over" the Color again. Especially in later Levels, a constant Change of the Dice is absolutely necessary. In addition, there are obstacles along the Way, which have to be removed by small colorful Stones that act as Keys. Blockages that can be removed by Switches will also be added later. The Difficulty increases gently at first and later a little steeper, yet it often becomes frustrating in the rarest cases. 37 Levels are currently there, whether after more than a Year level will still be pushed, I dare to doubt. But according to Steamside, Collectible cards are also supposed to come At some point, so who knows. Graphics & Sound "A Beautiful lowpoly Environment" writes the Developer on the Steam Page. I can only agree with That. Even if the Blocks you move look very boring, the Environments in which you do this are sometimes very lovingly designed. Small additional Islands, a lonely Lighthouse and other Little Things know how to enchant. Unfortunately, the Environment in the later Levels becomes more boring and usually consists only of Water, very Bad. A very pleasant, quiet Sound ensures that you can think and relax while at rest. An absolutely fitting and successful Background Music. Verdict A Game for all Puzzle Lovers and Achive Hunters. Only the full Price of €4 I find a bit overdrawn with a Game time of about 2 Hours (+/-30 Minutes). However, since the Game is regularly in the Sale, that shouldn't be a Problem. If the Review has helped you fall then follow our Review Program and if you want to tell me something about this Review then he likes to write in the Comments.
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