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    Obulis (Physics-puzzle)

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    genkicoll

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    Obulis (Physics-puzzle)

    Post by genkicoll on Sat Apr 19, 2014 6:47 pm

    Obulis
    by Meridian4 - March, 2009

    Available at:
    GamersGate
    Steam



    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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    Re: Obulis (Physics-puzzle)

    Post by genkicoll on Sat Apr 19, 2014 6:55 pm

    Obulis (Physics/Puzzle)

    You can mute the music and/or the sound via the options menu, and the game automatically adjusted for my widescreen.

    The concept is simple:  Get the balls where they belong using physics as your tool.

    Your timing has to be precise, but that doesn't mean that you will be rapidly clicking to achieve your goal.  Movement IS physics-based, but unlike real physics, gravity will not drag down on the balls and make them stop moving, therefore you can take your time and make your next move when you're ready.

    Gameplay is, again, simple.  Click on a chain to select it, right-click or hit the space bar to sever the chain at the right moment.  I've only played for a little over 20 minutes thus far, but I can tell you that there are cannons later on, and I'm sure there are other ways to get things moving where you need them as you progress.

    You can restart each level at any time (top left) or you can have the game show you the solution via a button on the top right!  Nice!

    This is an enjoyable little game, and currently on sale at Steam for $0.49! OH!  While I wouldn't pay full retail on this title, it is surely a steal at that price!  Recommended! Okay


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