Plith is an indie puzzle game for Windows and OS X. It puts gamers in a spatial setting, where they have to manage several puzzle elements (mostly gears) and must make quick decisions which can simplify or complicate their path to victory.
Plith is a fast paced game which contains a lot of levels – more than 100 – to be solved. The player moves some gears and can place them on the level; some gears rotate, and transmit their rotation to the adjacent ones: the objective of each level is to activate the target gears. These levels constitute five different worlds, which are subdivided into fourteen sections. Each section introduces new gameplay elements; for example, several kinds of gears and obstacles come out along the game. The game is presented using mostly 3D graphics, with a few handmade drawings as well.
Plith is a puzzle game that originally released back in 2012, that has you placing a string of gears on pegs in order to transfer the motion of the starting cog to other set stationary ones. The plot revolves around it being 2012 and you attempting to fix the gears of the universe so the world doesn't end. The cogs come in different sizes that need to be set in a certain way in order to interact with one another correctly, it's a simple system to understand but one that allows for a variety of options when constructing puzzles or when attempting to find their solutions. It's definitely not the most visually interesting game, nor is the audio that good, but for fans of puzzle games and for the low asking price it can be worth checking out.
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