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Chain reaction.

Opus Magnum is now available, DRM-free on GOG.com with a 10% discount until February 7, 2PM UTC.
Alchemy is an esoteric science that fuses artistry with practical engineering in fascinating ways. Anataeus Vaya is a master in the field but when dark secrets start crawling out of the woodwork, he must face the ultimate puzzle: how to assemble and modify his transmutation devices to prepare miraculous concoctions in the fastest, most efficient manner possible. Tick tock, Anataeus. Tick tock.
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Nah, I'l pass. It looks to much like a mobile game
This game's been available for several weeks! I know, because I bought it.

And OMG is is difficult! I'm definitely not as smart as I previously thought...
Glad you guys kissed and made up.
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amok: Nah, I'l pass. It looks to much like a mobile game
(☞゚ヮ゚)☞
Great. Happy for the ppl who wanted this here so...fervently.

Now let's do the same for Tokyo Xanadu Ex+ while the iron's hot. :)
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Zoidberg: Cool to see this here although their previous games spooked me through their complexity. :P

But it's interesting as it is différent.
Jokes aside, though. it is the easiest and most accessible of Zachatronics games. In most of his games you are looking for the solution, but in this one your have unlimited resources and area to work with so you are working towards a solution instead. So you are free to be as horrible you want. as long as you make the correct outputs, which in most levels are easier then first thought. To what extent you want to go to improve and maximize efficiency is then up to you.

I tend to use this as an example of how free form it is, here are two of mine solutions for the same level (Purified Gold)

https://gifyu.com/image/plMi
https://giphy.com/gifs/3oxHQmkUabSKFROevC

Anyway, if people are still uncertain of how this game work, here is a NerdCubed recommends play and explanation of the game:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xupXPDbDiy8
Bummer, as the news came that it won't be released on GOG i bought it on Steam...
Anyway, fascinating game, and easier to get into than previous Zachatronics games.
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Zoidberg: Cool to see this here although their previous games spooked me through their complexity. :P

But it's interesting as it is différent.
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amok: Jokes aside, though. it is the easiest and most accessible of Zachatronics games. In most of his games you are looking for the solution, but in this one your have unlimited resources and area to work with so you are working towards a solution instead. So you are free to be as horrible you want. as long as you make the correct outputs, which in most levels are easier then first thought. To what extent you want to go to improve and maximize efficiency is then up to you.

I tend to use this as an example of how free form it is, here are two of mine solutions for the same level (Purified Gold)

https://gifyu.com/image/plMi
https://giphy.com/gifs/3oxHQmkUabSKFROevC

Anyway, if people are still uncertain of how this game work, here is a NerdCubed recommends play and explanation of the game:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xupXPDbDiy8
Interesting, thanks for your input.
Great! This is pretty much the polar opposite of something I might enjoy, but I'm still contemplating an instabuy just to show gog my appreciation for caving in to popular demand. Now, if y'all could peer pressure gog into releasing One Finger Death Punch here, that would be awesome!
Finally, it's great to have it here at last and i hope there weren't *too* many lost sales for GOG due to the (strange) release delay.
Great! Y'all happy now?
Great job GOG and Zachtronics, I'm really pleased you finally came to an agreement.
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amok: Nah, I'l pass. It looks to much like a mobile game
Oh you!
Well, nice to see it finally appear. It seemed really weird to not see it on GOG at release. Wishlisted for now because I have to finish another puzzle game I'm working on first. (Trying hard not to extend my backlog.)
Post edited January 31, 2018 by Luned
Hmm .

Not on the top of the popular list , no praising reviews or 5 stars . Did all of the 638 people already bought it ?
Post edited January 31, 2018 by i_hope_you_rot