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Multimirror

Casual, Indie
Multimirror is a minimal grid-based puzzle game.
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Multimirror is a minimal grid-based puzzle game.
buy 4.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date14 ноября 2016 г.
DevelopersCleverweek
PublishersCleverweek
OSMac, Linux, Windows
LanguageInterfaceVoiceoverSubtitles
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Single-playerSteam AchievementsSteam Trading CardsSteam CloudIncludes level editor

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REQUIREMENTS
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Linux
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Minimal
  • OS: OS X 10.7 Lion
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 128 MB RAM
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
Recommended
  • OS: OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion or later
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Storage: 500 MB available space

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Description

Multimirror is a minimal grid-based puzzle game. Reflect circles around other circles and take the red circle to the winning point!

Features:

  • 50 handcrafted levels
  • Random level generator with adjustable size and difficulty.
  • Full-fledged level-editorCreate and share your own levels or random levels you generate, and discover brain-melting levels crafted by the community!
  • Achievements, trading cards, cloud saves
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Reviews about the game

Multimirror30.12.2017

This game fails on a puzzle design level. Two basic quality standards I expect out of a puzzle game of this nature are that there are no superfluous parts of a puzzle (provided that misdirection is not the point) and that the requirement for a rank such as three stars is the optimal solution for at least a large percentage of the puzzles if not all of them. This game fails repeatedly on both. A sample puzzle could have 20 dots and claim that three stars is ten moves or less. I just completed it in three moves without even touching three quarters of the grid. This alone tells me that no quality control went into the puzzles themselves. To add insult to injury, twice within the first 15 levels I completed one below the three star rank only to be given two stars, at which point I replayed the puzzle with the same exact solution and was given three stars, so there's a serious bug. Further, the difficulty is schizophrenic even if I limit myself to the three-star guidelines; the game takes three levels to start throwing seemingly random collections of dots at you and then every puzzle looks the same. Finally, the navigation interface is cumbersome. The escape key pulls you completely out of a puzzle back to the level select screen. There is no restart button so the above is the only real way to restart - except that there is a restart button when you complete the level. I do not recommend this game even on sale until these issues have been properly addressed.

Grateful Mandrill
Grateful Mandrill
I don't recommend
Multimirror26.11.2017

Bought at 90% off this is about acceptable, but at full price its quite poor. The game involves leap frogging dots around a grid to get one particular dot to a finishing point. The puzzle idea itself is pretty solid and I could see some interesting things come from it, but this implementation has numerous problems. -The music is repetative and loops after a minute or two, so you get the same song doing the same things over and over to a maddening degree even within the short time it took to complete the game. -Early levels are bugged in that you can finish them in the move limit and not get your three stars. -There is a lack of mechanics, basically dots you can flip over, cant flip over, or that disappear after one flip. You get those mechanics near the start and thats all you get, it seems like this kind of game could have had a lot of other creative mechanics and its a wasted opportunity. -Perhaps one of the reasons for the lack of mechanics is that the level design appears to be almost non-existant, as if the dots were just randomly placed in most cases. -That all plays in to the fact that after a few levels where you have to be careful to get the move limit the limits become almost nonsensically large, again like the design just picked them so no testing would be required. Id take blatently awful paths moving dots around in the shortest jumps possible and still be literally dozens of moves under the 3 star limit. The whole thing feels like a game that the developer got bored of half way through, threw together random levels and pushed it out for whatever money they could get for it. Its a shame, because it had some promise.

Small Python
Small Python
I don't recommend
Multimirror24.11.2016

Seems a bit off, starts really easy but gets confusing. I am recommending it but with a caveat, this is not a puzzle game for everyone, can get boring fast.

Doubtful Peafowl
Doubtful Peafowl
I recommend
Multimirror30.11.2018

6/10

Dizzy Hawk
Dizzy Hawk
I recommend
Multimirror20.01.2017

An original logic game featuring a random-level generator and a custom-editor to create your own puzzles to share.

Electoral Elk
Electoral Elk
I recommend
Multimirror11.08.2022

Not the best puzzle game...not the worst either. I would give this a mixed rating if I could.

Lively Hedgehog
Lively Hedgehog
I recommend
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