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Ramify

Ramify

Casual, Indie
2 players online
3 bought game
A single screen isometric puzzle game with over 100 levels.
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A single screen isometric puzzle game with over 100 levels.
buy 2.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date21 апреля 2017 г.
DevelopersCreate Something Interesting
PublishersCreate Something Interesting
OSWindows
LanguageInterfaceVoiceoverSubtitles
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Single-playerSteam AchievementsSteam Trading Cards

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Updated 26.02.2024
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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.4 GHz Dual core
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 260 or ATI 4850
  • DirectX: Version 12
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: 64bit only
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  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

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Description

Ramify is a single screen isometric puzzle game with more than 100 levels.

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Reviews about the game

Ramify27.06.2022

Ramify 10/10

Thin Rattlesnake
Thin Rattlesnake
I recommend
Ramify01.05.2023

Ramify is a minimalist mobile app-like iPhone screen tapping game. Tap on various blocks on a grid. Each block you tap on will "shoot" the next closest blocks along their axis. The trick then is a bit like marble/peg solitaire - make sure you eliminate all blocks and aren't left with an odd one out, that's all there is to it. I don't believe this is an asset flip, at least I couldn't find anything that matches on the Unreal marketplace, but it does have all the same qualities as a test/demo asset pack that's been dumped on Steam, so there's little reason to want to buy this. The technical implementation, certainly, is very bare bones and the kind of thing you expect to see on store assets. From a technical perspective, the game doesn't meet basic minimum requirements that most PC gamers expect as standard. There's no options to change the resolution for the game or customise the graphics settings. There's no way for gamers to ensure this is running at the native resolution of their displays... there's no guarantee this game will look right on any PC as a result of this hamfisted design decision. There's no way for gamers to try improve the low quality graphics. The game features extremely lazy, minimalist "art", of the type you normally expect to see in low effort Flash/browser games and mobile apps. Considering this is being evaluated as a PC game, having the graphics phoned in like this isn't going to result in a high quality, visually impressive game that PC gamers are used to seeing. The controls can't be customised because the game has such a dumbed down, simplified interface that it's just iPhone screen tapping stuff. The fact that the interface is this dumbed down might be seen as a problem in itself, however... this is a fairly shallow experience if you're the kind of gamer that likes to play games with deep, rich control schemes and interaction. You'll get none of that here. This looks and feels like a mobile app, but it doesn't seem to have made it to the app stores. It's unclear why this was put on Steam instead of the app stores it seems to have been designed for. Maybe it was removed, maybe it was rejected by Apple and Google (they do have more rigorous quality standards than Valve does for Steam, after all). Regardless, for all intents and purposes "Ramify" might as well be a mobile app, it has the same limitations and dumbed down qualities. It's impossible to recommend such a game to PC gamers. We don't spend all this money building gaming rigs so we can pretend they're iPhones and play games that might as well be mobile apps. These technical defects push this game below acceptable standards for any modern PC game. You don't have to take my word about how bad the game is, we can measure the interest in a game by how much people bothered to play it. Ramify has achievements, and they show us a very clear picture that the game absolutely failed to capture any interest from gamers. The most commonly and easily attained achievement is for completing the simple first tutorial level, but only around 2 percent of players bothered to get that far before uninstalling the game. That's a tiny, tiny proportion of gamers who even bothered with this. Ouch. Reviewing SteamDB to check how popular this game was with players reveals a surprise... there's a very healthy spike in player counts for the game. But this isn't consistent with the achievement stats, that show less than 2 percent of players bothered playing the game for any reasonable amount of time. How is it possible for this game to have so many concurrent players who weren't even playing the game? Trading cards. Players will use card idling software to collect the cards and sell them, but this won't trigger any achievements in-game. That tells us people only really bought this game for trading cards, and that's a damning indictment of the woeful quality. A closer look at the numbers shows the game just has a couple of players every week running up the game and idling it for cards, then deleting it. We must ask how it benefits gamers for there to be so many games like this, with no merit as a serious game, that only generate sales from people idling and selling the trading cards. Ramify is overpriced at $3 USD, and it's not worth it. Given the defects and quality issues with the game, coupled with the unrealistic price, this is impossible to recommend.

Yummy Mackerel
Yummy Mackerel
I don't recommend
Ramify01.10.2023

The game is very cool and make you train your brain. However, the game crashes many times and keep lagging for several times. Despite that, it has very unique achievements.

Brainy Snake
Brainy Snake
I recommend
Ramify04.08.2023

It's a decent minimalist puzzle game to waste some time into, but has a bit too much trial and error on some levels

Alternative Impala
Alternative Impala
I recommend
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