Living liquid machines have overrun a world of unstoppable progress and their inventor must stop the chaos in this game about a man with the power to bring ordinary matter to life!
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 1 mar. 2012

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"Showed at PAX East 2012 - Critically acclaimed physics and fluid puzzler."


““Just like Portal 2, Vessel is about a universally recommended game as can exist. It’s charming, entertaining, stimulating, and a hell of an experience for the price point.””
9/10 – Machinima

““One of the best puzzle games since Little Big Planet or Portal. Yeah, it's that good.””
5/5 – Piki Geek

““Vessel is around a quarter of the price of a AAA game, but it contains more flair and ingenuity than most blockbuster games can muster.””
9/10 – GameSpy

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Acerca de este juego

Máquinas de líquido vivas han invadido este mundo de progreso imparable, y es su inventor, Arkwright, quien debe detener el caos que están causando. Vessel es un juego que trata de un hombre con el poder de dar vida a la materia, con todas las consecuencias que ello conlleva.

Características Principales:

  • Jugabilidad líquida - Vessel está construido con un optimizado simulador de líquidos con agua fluyendo, lava hirviendo, vapor, productos reactivos, incandescente y pegajoso pringue, misterioso 'protoplasma' y mucho más. Cada líquido tiene unas propiedades únicas y mezclas con otros líquidos para conseguir efectos espectaculares.
  • Da vida a los líquidos – Interactúa con las criaturas 'Fluro' que están enteramente formadas por líquido simulado. Cada una retiene las propiedades del líquido del están hechas, recibiendo la habilidad de fundirse, cambiar de forma, absorber, explotar y mucho más.
  • Puzles únicos – Resuelve los puzles combinando las características únicas de cada criatura con el líquido del que han sido creadas. Cada aspecto del la física del mundo es simulado, y todos los puzles están basados en la simulación de líquidos. Vierte un 'Fluro Bebedor' y atráelo rociándole pringue. Crea un 'Fluro Oscuro' y persíguelo con la luz. Los líquidos y la física no son un simple adorno en Vessel, son los cimientos de su mecánica.
  • Estilo artístico híbrido 2D/3D – Explora un mundo de fantásticas y detalladas máquinas y extraños y maravillosos entornos. Las texturas 2D hechas a mano combinadas con los mapas normales, la iluminación y la profundidad en 3D crean un efecto visual único.
  • Mejora tu equipamiento – Utiliza el misteriosos líquido protoplasma que encuentres en el mundo para mejorar tu equipamiento, obteniendo unas nuevas y poderosas maneras de manipular los líquidos.
  • Banda sonora de Jon Hopkins – Incluye la banda sonora completa del prodigio de la música electrónica, Jon Hopkins, reconocido internacionalmente por su trabajo con Brian Eno, Imogen Heap y Coldplay.
  • Completa experiencia de juego - Vessel incluye más de 10 horas de contenido a través de sus múltiples entornos con diferentes tipos de líquidos y Fluros.

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows 7 / Vista / XP
    • Procesador: Dual Core a 2.0 GHz o equivalente
    • Memoria: 2 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 1.5 GB de espacio libre
    • Tarjeta Gráfica: ATi Radeon HD 2400 o NVIDIA GeForce 7600 o mejor (debe soportar el Shader Model 3.0)
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sonido: Compatible con DirectX
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A 10 de 11 personas (91%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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8.9 h registradas
Publicado el 6 de junio
The game is... okay.

It has decent and quite creative puzzles, plenty of hints that build up the puzzles, the control is quite responsive, and there's actually some sort of story that draws me in. The visual isn't really up to my taste, but eh, may be other people will find it just fine.

For me there are 2 problems with the game. The first one is that there's some sort of upgrade system that actually has no use. Nothing really gets easier by unlocking the upgrade, you can't get faster or die harder with the upgrades.

The other problem is I find the number of puzzles quite lacking. There are maybe... 25 main puzzles here (could be 35-40 if you count the tutorial puzzles). I was seriously surprised when the game ends, I thought it's just mid way, especially since I haven't used the upgrades at all.

All in all, I'd put down "neutral" score if I can, there are plenty of other games on Steam.
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
6.9 h registradas
Publicado el 10 de agosto
This is a great game on sale, but for $15 it's hardly recommendable, especially for about 7 hours of gameplay.

It's an interesting fluid-physics puzzler, but the trailer makes the fluro creatures out to be some sort of monster gone awry. It's a really great tone/goal, that would've worked out great, but it gets halfway to it and falls flat. In the introduction to the 2nd level, it starts adding in horror elements with a bug-like version, made of lava, that simply chases you. Buuuuut, they're completely forgotten by the 3rd level, changing the tone of the game back to "scientist fix it, no troubles".

Instead of a "monster gone awry" it's more like "guy makes button pushing creature, creature pushes buttons". The ending is pretty abrupt too, and ends on a "you serious?" note.

There's a couple of puzzles in there that are interesting (kill fluro, spawn new one from corpse) but overall it's a very 'meh' game. I have to give it to the developer though as they created something that feels like it's completely their vision, unaltered.
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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 6 de julio
Vessel is a physics puzzle platformer primarily focused on liquid manipulation. What makes it unique is that you can actually turn the liquid into living creatures called fluros which have simple behaviors you need to utilize to solve puzzles. You also have a liquid tank and sprayer which you can use to suck up and spray liquids. You play as the scientist who created fluros, which have now gotten out of control and are evolving new abilities and are interfering with machinery near your lab. You solve puzzles in order to repair the machines so you can get your lab up and running again, and to study the new fluro types.

Throughout the game you discover more liquid types and fluro types, as well as more interactions between different types of liquids. The puzzles are varied and interesting with only a few being difficult enough to stump me for a while. The game is paced very well without any large difficulty spikes or sudden flood of new mechanics. Most of it works well, though as physics games often are, the simulation can be rather glitchy. Especially when fluros are created with near the minimum amount of liquid necessary, they have a tendency to die randomly. I did have to restart a puzzle or two due to not being able to fix various glitches, but overall it went pretty smoothly.

Graphically the game is nothing special. I wouldn't call the art style particularly pleasing but it gets the job done. I would expect the game to run well on most PCs.

Vessel surprised me being much more enjoyable than I was expecting. When the game was released I didn't think it looked very interesting but it turned out much better. I definitely recommend it to anyone who likes puzzle platformers.
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 15 de junio
When I looked at the tile I thought it will be some average platformer. But I have never been so wrong...

Once I played 1 minute I was completely into it. I felt like I was in that lab and I even felt connection with all those blobs. At first it felt very relaxing, so was the music. But when I entered the factory I heard a different kind of music. And it was absolutely AMAZING. Then I made sound effects a bit quieter and the music created an atmosphere so strong I din't notice how quickly 6 hours passed by.

In addition to all that good stuff I actually felt joy from controller rumble. It wasn't a jackhammer that got me afraid of rumble in first place. No, it gently let's you know what's going on around you.

But don't be fooled this game took me 6 hours to complete fist stage and there are few more.

Also there are bosses. Oh those bosses... it felt so awesome when I defeated the first one.

Well, no when I look at the description and see 'Very Positive' I once again remind myself that it is a great game.

If I were to nitpick this game I'd say that movement felt somewhat not precise at first but then I got used to it and didn't even notice.

I urge you to try it if you're into great puzzle platformers.
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A 15 de 16 personas (94%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 12 de julio de 2012
Vessel es el primer juego de Strange Loop Games, compañía afincada en Seattle. Nacen con la idea de aprovechar la tecnología actual no solo para crear buenos gráficos, sino además utilizar esta tecnología para desarrollar juegos con un gameplay que no hubiese sido posible años atrás. Y con Vessel han sabido aprovechar muy bien esa idea.

Si buscáis una mezcla de plataformas y puzles con gráficos bonitos y una estética cuidada en Vessel lo encontrareis. Pero además también encontrareis, partiendo de una base que resulta bastante original, poder controlar varios tipos de fluidos como agua, fuego o biomasa entre otros. Bien sea utilizando nuestra manguera, o influenciando a los fluros para que hagan nuestro trabajo, esta variedad hará que los puzles sean lo suficientemente variados como para que no queramos dejar de seguir adelante.

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