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Oct 26, 2007 | 2:04 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place October 27, 2007

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Hey NG, this is the follow up to Sphere Core, a new point and click room escape adventure.

"It has felt like an eternity since leaping into the darkness. The stark walls, the flickering lights, the strange technology, the twisted puzzles, it has left many questions in my mind. Yet, I awake to find myself in yet another room. However this one is different from the last - the room is dimly illuminated, save from a soft glow of light coming from one side of the room. What is the source of the light? How am I to get out of this room?
All I have on me is the revolting frozen embryo that I found in the Sphere Core. What secrets does it hold?"

Click around the room to discover the secrets hidden within. Use the items you find to help you escape.

I hope you enjoy the game, please leave comments, and also if you could recommend this game to the adventure games collection (where all the other point and click puzzles are) I would really appreciate it.

Reviews


caulfieldcaulfield

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars October 26, 2007

Some problems

Only briefly does any text imply that the pipes puzzle reveals a number. I really didn't understand until I attempted several times. Someone posted one of the main codes in their review and I noticed something pretty funny... You don't have to charge the core to finish the game if you know the pipe code. LOGICALLY, you cannot have known the pipe code unless you charged the core (unless you just shot in the dark after staring at the pipes), but still it is a bit of a plotline error.

It's kind of funny that with the core and the remote, you can finish the game without greenlighting ANY rooms at all!


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Lazarou responds:

the core has to be charged in order to be useable in the cube.

But yes, if you have played through the game once, certain parts are skippable. I used the green light system so that players knew when they had completed that part of the puzzle, kind of keeps things moving so people dont get stuck thinking they still have to do stuff with the analyser etc.
Yes, I guess the clue about the pipe number could have stayed on screen a little longer, if you miss that then you can probably get stuck for a long time :P


LenonLenon

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 26, 2007

YEA!

OH YEAHH
I MADE ITTT =DDD

lol
hahah
it's soo goood xD
make another plss

it took me like 25 minutes
but i could finaly made it
:P

really good work


Lazarou responds:

congrats! I made this game especially for people like you who enjoy a good puzzle. I hope you enjoyed it, and I am planning on starting another game soon :)

(just waiting to get plenty of feedback on this one, and some inspiration for new puzzles XD )


Merck3Merck3

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 26, 2007

Great game!

That 51 code had me really tweaking, i was like " What the heck do i do!" But i eventually figured it out, it was a nice touch to a game that was almost spoon fed to us on what to do. But none the less it was tricky. Really a solid game, no flaws, i didn't mind the music, sort of an ambient trance song. You deserve every start that I'm going to give you. It would be great to see another game like this.



lbweaverlbweaver

Rated 4 / 5 stars October 26, 2007

Great game!

Loved this game. Only had a little difficulty toward the end. The graphics were clear and the logic good. The music was a little annoying. Keep up the good work.

lbweaver



Keeper2006Keeper2006

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 26, 2007

The same problem

a really nice game dude, but i have the same problem as Doublelinked. 2 freaking buttons, 1 for the gate of the front side of the box and a nother one for..i dont know. ...mhh..somewhere posts the complete answere`?

but nice game 10/10
yes my english sucks ;D