|5 мая 2016 г.
|Mac, Linux, Windows
- OS: Mac OS X 10.9.2
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Storage: 2 GB available space
- OS: Mac OS X 10.9.2
- Processor: Quad-core Intel, 2.5 GHz or faster
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: OpenGL 4.1 compatible graphics card
- Storage: 2 GB available space
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Hyposphere is not simply a classic "marble" platformer, it may also be the most beautiful, thanks to the power of the Unreal Engine 4, as well as the most difficult.
A cunning artificial intelligence, along with the help of a clever virus, has taken over every computer in the world! There is only one chance to fight back: pass the tests generated by this dastardly digital demon!
Dare you accept the challenge and prevent the coming of the end of the information age?
There's only one way to find out: take control of Hyposphere and dive into the adventure!
- Stunning graphics with the power of the Unreal Engine 4!
- More than 100 levels!
- Non-linear levels, which can be played in different ways!
- S~E~C~R~E~T P~L~A~C~E~S!
During the adventure you can collect a variety of bonuses:
- Extra points, coins, and lives!
- The ability to increase in weight and in size!
- A special magnet for items!
Reviews about the game
Picture yourself as a ball around on a thin platform (unfortunately no Monkey in the ball)...avoiding obstacles, making precise jumps from platform to platform....and cursing at your inability to make the marble move the way you want. Then picture yourself doing that 100 more times. It's actually quite fun, until it isn't. Before I get into it: I'd give the game a 4/10. You'll probably play it once and put it away. But for less than $3, it's not much of a gamble. And yes, I did beat the game. Pros: -The mable mechanic is really intersting. It takes some getting used to, but it is really nice once you have adapted. -The level variety is pretty interesting, ranging from slow platforming stages, to racing down the strip as fast as you can, to avoiding obstacles that will push you out of the way. -Some of the music is good. -The level designs are interesting, but get a little repetitive. Cons: -There is no incentive for anything. The items are pretty useless. You can only use your coins for lives and slightly different skins. Points...Are just points. -Because items mean essentially nothing, there are many levels where you say screw it, move forward as fast as possible and jump until you reach the goal. This is further enhanced with the first bug I list below. -There are items that seem to serve zero purpose. -No timer of any kind. This would cause some stress and make me feel like I'm playing a game. Add some speedrunning aspect or a countdown timer to make it more interesting. -The first 50 or so levels are varied and somewhat interesting. After 50 you end up seeing previous levels with small differences. The last 10 levels or so...just a straight line with a bunch of 1 obstacle. Oh..and screw level 82. -Some of the music stinks. -Not sure if this is on purpose, but in some of the levels the end of the platforms are not flush, causing a really awkward stall in flow. For instance, on the ginat ball rails you'll be fine until the end..where you hit the platform and get launched out of bounds. Bugs: -Low on lives? No worries, just press start and restart level before you die...no lives lost. -Music stops looping on certain stages, so you're stuck with the sounds of the level, which is typically one 2-3 second sound that constantly repeats. -Some levels have no music. -Some levels are broken. You'll see messages along the lines of "Lighting needs to reinitialize. <X objects did not appear>" All in all, give it a try if you want. If you've played games like this...you'll realize right away that it's not the quality of other ball platformers, but it's alright to waste some time.
Picture yourself as a ball around on a thin platform
I can barely play this game. I don't know if it's my fault for playing on a laptop or what, but I feel like a simple marble platformer should be easy enough to play on any type of computer. but seriously though, I'm at 5 frames a second on the lowest graphics settings possible, why cant there just be a way to dissable the backgrounds to the levels (surely that's whats causing it). I just wanted to play a fun platformer, not stare at some geometrical, abstract art.
Lets break this down into points; 1). Motion blur + bloom , made my eyes scream. 2). Life system ,for reasons. expect to lose all of them soon. 3). Pickups that do ... stuff? for the love of god make life pickups not look something you can just ignore. 4). No desernable diffucluty curve, goes from easy just move forward to stupidly hard. New mecanics are not introduced gradually with little risk, nope heres a new thing, FIGURE IT OUT MORON! I played long enough to hit a level that used all my lives . Spend our money on a diffrent ball game. 1/10 bleeding eyeballs
This game seems like it has a lot of potential. The problem is the framerate unfortunately. the 4 FPS game over screen has been my best friend recently because i have seen it soo much im already used to it lel.
Extremely disappointing, was expecting a marble blast ultra type game. Could be decent without extremely loose controls and frame stuttering both in game and when loading. You can't move the camera and this makes it awkward to know where you're going at some points. Can't move while in the air, losing out on a lot of precision in my opinion. Strange, out of place, music in main menu, and on the topic of sound, jumping sounds like something out of a powerpoint. Game is marketed as being beautiful but in reality has extremely simple and dull textures that are dolled up using cheap lighting effects. Can't navigate the menus with a controller though to be fair it does say that it has only partial controller support. I wanted to complete the game so I could give a fair review but I just can't bring myself to play it any longer. I could go on listing issues but I'll just say it was definitely not worth the $2.54 I paid for it.