Julkaistu 12. joulukuu.
Osmos is an interesting puzzle concept that is well executed.
The main premise to osmos is that you're some sort of object that has physics that works like planets orbiting, but with the added physics of biological beings that consume one another (through osmosis), hence the name.
Levels are split into different modes (become the biggest, absorb specific entities; amongst others), as well as different layouts (orbiting / static field / moving field). I did find some of the harder levels get a bit tedious, as I ended playing them over and over in order to solve them.
It is entirely mouse based, and it works well. You basically control where your propulsion goes, and attempt to absorb entities that are smaller than yourself. You can slow/speed up time as necesary with the mousewheel, which does a good job at preventing the game from being slow in places.
The graphics are very nice in this game, it does look like what I imagine to be deep water microscopic biology, but in some cases it looks like deep space objects. This is a good combination in the context of this game. Plus, the music in the levels matches well with the graphics.
I couldn't find any bugs while playing this game, but I do feel that maybe a custom level editor would have made a nice addition.
I would definitely reccomend this game if you like puzzles.