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Inside the Gear






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Inside the Gear





A physics puzzle game like no other!

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A physics puzzle game like no other! You are inside the big old machine. There are rusty gears and shafts all around you, along with interactive objects such as planks and cubes. Use each object and place the wheel on the platform – easy!

Key Features:

  • Unique physics puzzle game.

  • Multiple solutions for each puzzle.

  • 25 levels with its own colour scheme in each one.

  • Great atmosphere.

  • No stories, just puzzles and lots of gears!

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Mykhail Konokh
Friday, November 21, 2014
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows XP SP3
  • Processor: 1.8 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 512 MB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 150 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
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Reviews for Inside the Gear

dont buy

Inside the Gear is a puzzle styled game in which you have to complete 25 different levels to beat the game. The levels in the beggining are very good, but then it gets really repetitive and boring. I think the developers could make more different levels and make them more challenging, because it gets really boring and you start to waste your time. I would recommend this if the developers improved the game so it wasn't a big waste of money and time. So by now, I don't it is worth to be played by anyone.

Good puzzle timewaster

Nothing beats a classic puzzle game, and this one is no different. You guide your wheel nut through the 25 levels using various objects, getting it onto the platform at the end. However, it's not at easy as it sounds. Each level starts 'paused' - you have your set up, using various bit of moveable wood, metal cubes, and ramps, with no gravity, or physics. When you start, gravity, physics, weight and momentum switch on, and the level plays out realistically. Get it wrong? Just try again! It's very much an exercise in trial and error, and the satisfaction when you finally crack the level is immense. With no forced story, options or reprogrammable controls to mess around with, you just jump right in, and this approach makes the game very hard to put down!

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