Was ist BRAINPIPE? Ist es ein außerirdischer Gehirnkontrollmechanismus, getarnt als ein etwas ungewöhnliches Computerspiel? Ist es ein Tor zu einer anderen Welt? Einer Welt erschaffen durch unheimliche Zauberei und bevölkert von seltsamen Kreaturen, die auf unentdeckten Inseln im Südpazifik leben?
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Veröffentlichung: 24. Dez. 2008

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Was ist BRAINPIPE?

Ist es ein außerirdischer Gehirnkontrollmechanismus, getarnt als ein etwas ungewöhnliches Computerspiel?

Ist es ein Tor zu einer anderen Welt? Einer Welt erschaffen durch unheimliche Zauberei und bevölkert von seltsamen Kreaturen, die auf unentdeckten Inseln im Südpazifik leben?

Vielleicht ist es eine Nachricht aus der Zukunft, eine Anleitung, die die Menschheit zu einer höheren Bewußtseinsebene führt?

Oder vielleicht ist es nur ein süchtig-machendes Ausdauerspiel von Digital Eel.

BRAINPIPE ist eine einzigartige Spielerfahrung. Das ultimative Ziel ist es die Menschheit zu transzendieren. Sie erreichen dies, indem Sie Ihre eigenen Gedankengänge erforschen, ihre Hand-Augen-Koordination verbessern und die funkadelischen Geräusche und Gedankenbilder Ihres inneren Selbsts erkunden. Sammeln Sie leuchtende Glyphen und vermeiden Sie gefahrvolle Hindernisse. Manches mag schön und glänzend erscheinen, sogar einen wärmenden Schimmer haben, aber jede Berührung wird Sie nur tiefer der endlosen Dunkelheit nahebringen!

BRAINPIPE ist also ein relativ einfaches Spiel, ein klassisches Arcade Erlebnis aus wohlbekannten Zeiten. Ein Ein-Klick Interface lässt Sie ganz leicht an der Action teilhaben, anstatt ständig nach der richtigen Taste zu suchen und ist eine perfekte Ergänzung zu den beruhhigenden Klängen und Bildern.

Sie sind bereit für einen Trip jenseits von Zeit und Raum?

Jenseits von Geist und Seele?

Entdecken Sie BRAINPIPE noch heute!

  • Einzelspieler-Arcade-Action mit einem psychedelischen Twist von den Meistern ungewöhnlicher Computerspiele, Digital Eel.
  • Erleben Sie die 60er und 70er sorgenfrei.
  • Intuitive Steuerung, mit der Sie in Sekunden mitten im Spiel sind.
  • Zehn Level mit steigendem Schwierigkeits- und Seltsamkeitsgrad.
  • Acht Hindernisse lenken vom Geschehen ab und müssen vermieden werden.
  • Sammeln Sie die kreisenden Glyphen, inklusive dem goldenen 'UNHUMANITY'-Glyphen! Erleuchten Sie sich und entdecken Sie Ihr wahres selbst!
  • Entspannende, farbenfrohe, dreidimensionale Bilder rauschen durch Ihren Kopf.
  • Hypnotische Klänge und Musik inklusive Eelmix Soundmanagement.
  • Unheimliche Augapfelbuttons.
  • Spielbar im Vollbildmodus oder in einem Windows-Fenster.
  • Maus, Joystick und Gamepad sind unterstützt.

Systemanforderungen

Windows
Mac OS X
    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP oder Vista
    • Prozessor: Pentium 1.8 GHz
    • Speicher: 512 MB RAM
    • Grafik: ATI Radeon X700+ oder NVidia 6800+ Grafikkarte, OpenGL 1.1 kompatible Grafiktreiber
    • Festplatte: 50 MB frei
    • Sound: Windows kompatible Soundkarte
    • Betriebssystem: OS X Version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3 oder besser
    • Prozessor: Intel Mac
    • Speicher: 128 MB RAM
    • Grafik: 32 MB 3D Grafikkarte
    • Festplatte: 40 MB frei
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Thielie
( 0.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 3. Mai
Ein kleines abwechslungsreiches Game für zwischendurch! Für 1,99€ wirklich nicht falsch! Tipp: es ist wie LSD :D
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1611.FDI ?
( 0.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 9. März
Ah, the smell of highly experimental concepts.

I find this game to be very meditative, at least on the highest levels.
Great sounds, interesting concept, simple gameplay, challenging.
Nice little game.
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CPU-B
( 0.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 14. Februar
betr than va por w a v e
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Herbert West: Reanimator
( 0.4 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 12. Januar
Digital Eel should update this with VR support.
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melonbeton
( 0.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 1. Januar
You´re constantly moving forward in a tube (your aim consists of a circle with perpendicular lines moving towards you) , have to avoid obstacles and collect "glyphic" items. Pretty relaxing and also good to reduce your brain lag. Improved my reaction time in Counter Strike. I like the esoteric art style and the minimalistic soundtrack. It´s very easy to learn - but as you go along it will be hard to master.
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Mongoloid Mike
( 0.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 26. Dezember 2015
Mouse sensitivity is too high, and I don't see any way to adjust it.
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Vișinescu
( 0.4 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 12. Dezember 2015
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rccod
( 0.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 11. Dezember 2015
Do not purchase this game until they fix the crashes. Before OS X El Capitan, this game functioned fine. It no longer loads. It is a mesmerizing game to play, with stunning visuals. I sent numerous requests this year without any response from the designers. If you can't fix it, have the Chinese or Japanese fix it. They show more allegiance to their customers and honor their companies.
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Professor Plywood
( 0.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 8. November 2015
Meh,kinda neat but I've played versions of the same game I liked more . I didn't give it as fair a chance as I should have because I've many games to try, maybe I'll try later.

C-
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ariadneborealis
( 1.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 13. August 2015
You are a being of some kind, traveling through some psychedelic pipeline, collecting runes along the way until you achieve a state of unhumanity. There's 10 runes per level that you have to collect in order to gain a master rune ( I guess). Collecting all 10 runes plus the master rune at the end will elevate you to the next stage of being.

The pipeline does change color and sometimes you hear voices or other audio effects but its all background noise. The music isnt harsh on the ears but I'm not sure I would pop it into the player for hours on end though. Said pipes are also home to diverse perils, such as green spines sticking out from the side walls, or spinning purple-pink plasma disks, There's also a cage type feature that you have to pass through as well. If you hit any of these obstacles, your display ( if you can call it that) flashes red and you hear a buzzing-warning-klaxon type sound. (very short though)

You do speed up as the levels progress so quick reflexes are good to have. I have not beaten this game yet so I do not know how it ends. But, if odd pipeline-tunnel travel games are your thing, by all means, jump into the pipe and enjoy.
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Tynon_1221
( 0.5 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 22. Juni 2015
That this game beat http://store.steampowered.com/app/353610/ by 7 years...

That circle split into sections that you see in the screenshots; that's you ( a Third Eye, if you will). You navigate through the head to the brain from the nose collecting glyphs - sentiments, sensations, thoughts/ideas - avoiding everything else.

You'r body needs (the essence of/that is) YOU; does not want to see you cease to be you; transcend to UnHuman.

You (that circle) follow/guide the mouse cursor, click and hold to slow yourself - immune system (as it were) is unaffected.
Option to use controller, have not tried yet. I am bad at KB+M but I still feel the movement might be just a little (")off("). This might be because the tunnel twists and turns, but when there are consecutive glyphs slightly offset, I detect what I feel might be some sort of mouse acceleration (System's is set tof Off).


The game is the screenshots but fast-paced. Unlike several other games that BRAINPIPE could be compared to (probably strictly citing visuals), BRAINPIPE can keep most enthralled simply because it requires skill/focus.

I recommend this game because it's a good game.
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sunToxx
( 0.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 17. Juni 2015
Fun, trippy, challenging.
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Karl King of Ducks
( 0.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. April 2015
Dafuq I was playing?
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hecter
( 3.0 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 19. April 2015
Super trippy. It's a great game.
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Solar_flares
( 2.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 5. April 2015
Its a nice and sorta easy game its relaxing and also confusing but its a nice game if your getting lazy and want to play just any game. I like it the plot line is confusning and non existant but, playing this game I don't think it really needs one I enjoy the weird colors and patterns and what-not and the sound altho they don't really match the colours its fun and weird to listen to and I like the TARDIS noise that it makes some times
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Spielosoph [GER]
( 0.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 1. März 2015
Reaktionstest und Highscorejagd.
Auf höheren Levels für mich unspielbar wegen zu schnell.
Controller Config führte bei mir zum Absturz, mit Maus super steuerbar.
Kein schlechtes Spiel weil schönes Design / Musik nur eben nicht für mich.

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Ded Zeppelin
( 0.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 14. Januar 2015
It's kind of boring. The visual style isn't interesting enough to hold up the simple gameplay. This game might be cool in virtual reality. I like the idea, but I wish the visuals and sound were more intense.
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GettyTheLastSurvivingGoldenGirl
( 0.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 12. Januar 2015
While this magazine contains no brain or pipe, it certainly does contain a magnum orifice; known colloquially as a mindtube, which some hipsters refer to as a brainpipe. There's pleanty of brainpipe to be had in BRIANPUPE: Drive to Survive, but more importantly, there's more to be had in BRAINPIPE: A Plunge to unhumanity.

Both the gameplay and plot of BRAINPIPE combine together perfectly, this act of intercourse makes both of the major areas of this game a brilliant C+. You play as Filly the Dolphin as he explores the Kamino Sea's aquatic duct, which evently leads him to the magnum orifice. It's a rather thrilling adventure. I love getting into the Dolphin character while playing this game, the developers almost make you feel like you don't have to.



Overall, 3/10. I would have rated this game higher, but I'm aware individuals from North-Eastern Eroupe tend to enjoy this kind of novel.
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Wuffybrother (Ben)
( 0.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 11. Januar 2015
Disclaimer: Ignore the playtime as it has not recorded properly I have infact poured many hours into this game.
An incredible, trippy, tube obstacle-dodging type of game where you fly through what I can only assume to be nerve pathways in the brain collecting neon glyphs for bonus points and seeing if you can reach the end to attain transcendence. The visuals are not complex but very pretty and fit the game very well, and the sound, THE SOUND, is just what makes this game so great. So immersive to play with a pair of headphones with great surround sound to trippy psychedelic noises and music that takes you on a mental journey. It sounds like I'm spouting a loud of metaphoric ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t but this is honestly a brilliant, unique game. Highly highly recommended it's so hard to do justice in words but it is honestly bloody fantastic!
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victimsofretail
( 48.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 8. Januar 2015
Wow. That word sums up the feeling, the experience, the game...and though it may not be for everyone, I have the feeling of 'where have you been all my life', when enjoying Brainpipe. The premise is simple enough...go through ths first-person-perpective obstacle course, avoid all objects other than these heiroglyph symbols...yet it is challenging, and each playthrough feels different. The thing, though, is the visuals and the audio, as it is almost psychotropic, and even when you screw up you can feel the huge grin on your face, because the experience itself is like nothing I've seen(or heard, for that matter). I generally like runners or casual obstacle games, like 'The Collider' which is newer than this, or the runners like Race the Sun, TEC 3001 or FOTONICA, which are also newer. and all of those have somewhat 'trippy' visuals to add to the visceral feel in the games, but this has to be the king of trippy...sights and sounds dazzle you as you try to get through level 10 here and grab that heiroglyph if you can...and it certainly works for me. It probably is the kind of game to play in short spurts, as it can overwhelm the senses after a while, yet I find myself craving this game on occasion, and would caution against epileptics or folks seizure-prone playing this game. If ever there's a Brainpipe 2, however, count me in...and for two bucks you can find more potential thrills, huge grins and giddy laughter from the sensation, and reasons to play again, than for many top-dollar titles out there.
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Ah, the smell of highly experimental concepts.

I find this game to be very meditative, at least on the highest levels.
Great sounds, interesting concept, simple gameplay, challenging.
Nice little game.
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You´re constantly moving forward in a tube (your aim consists of a circle with perpendicular lines moving towards you) , have to avoid obstacles and collect "glyphic" items. Pretty relaxing and also good to reduce your brain lag. Improved my reaction time in Counter Strike. I like the esoteric art style and the minimalistic soundtrack. It´s very easy to learn - but as you go along it will be hard to master.
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Verfasst: 12. Januar
Digital Eel should update this with VR support.
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0.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Dezember 2013
Reaktions-ausweich-Spiel mit Brain♥♥♥♥ Faktor.
WHAT ?
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0.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. September 2014
There isn't really a lot to Brainpipe but that's OK. It's a game where you zoom through a tunnel at speed, grab glyphs and avoid anything that's likely to kill you (that's pretty much everything that isn't a glyph, really).

And doesn't it sound so terminally dull when you put it like that? (YES, IT DOES)

Is it terminally dull? Nope. it is so very far from terminally dull! Rejoice.

There's a couple of things that really make Brainpipe special. One is the graphics which, y'know, aren't quite up to the full Minter they're certainly not far off. It's like flying through someone's fevered attempt at a 70's Doctor Who title sequence or what might happen if someone sat down and said "Mr Trumbull, could you make us a videogame please" or something.

The other is the sound. Oh man, the sound. This is the stuff of headphones on, turn it up, sit back and enjoy. Or just turn it up really loud if you can't manage that. Parts of the soundtrack wibble in and out of focus, sounds zip around you ear to ear, it's one long Any Colour You Like ride but a little bit more strange.

It's essentially the full audio/visual woooah there. Which is just fine. I love it to bits. I love it for its simplicity, I love it for its graphics and I love it for its sound but I love it most of all because it's so very pure and unfiltered. It's slightly weirdy, slightly askew and all the woah there. I couldn't ask for much more.
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10.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. Januar 2014
Okay, this game is ♥♥♥♥ing awesome.

It's the kind of game you play once every few weeks, but for the rest of your life. Great if you randomly feel like immersing yourself in a richly aurally-textured half-axon half-multiverse tunnel with a pace ranging from narcoleptic to highly spasmodic.

The actual goal is collecting glyphes embodying tiered concepts, with a final one marking a progression we'll get back to; all while avoiding obstacles as your speed slowly increases with each level.
For instance, level 1 is the nasal ganglia, with concepts such as "peculiar insight" or "nervous laugh" and the final glyph being Awareness.
The gameplay also involves the ability to, holy ♥♥♥♥ing ♥♥♥♥, SLOW DOWN TIME. The game really has a particular relation to time in general, as you slow down the sound environment as well and pausing temporally stucks you in one audio piece. Said pieces otherwise naturally flow with the game.

While all golden glyphes make you "progress", and the general goal is to collect everything, the game has one and only one condition for winning : collecting the very final glyph, Unhumanity. Completing a playthrough rewards you with the ability to choose an in-game avatar from a variety of monsters. As for what happens when you miss the glyph... I'll let you see for yourself.

So in short, exceedingly fun, love the overall feel of the game, EXTREMELY underrated on steam. It's one of those little games that have a special place in my heart. Maybe literally given the environment.
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2.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. Oktober 2014
Great sound, good visuals, and fun words. Got in on sale for $0.99 and I think it was worth it, just for the enjoyable experience. Also fits really well with certain music, like Pete Namlook & Bill Laswell's "From the Earth to the Ceiling", Biosphere's "Baby Interphase", or Boards of Canada's "An Eagle in Your Mind" (try some!). It's a fun, trippy experience into the mind... the most dangerous place we'll ever know!
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3.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. April 2014
Sooooo trippy! Spooky view of the inside of the mind. Very disorienting. Fun fun fun
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3.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 28. August 2014
Beating level 10 made me feel as if my physical human body was improper. Wonderful meditation tool. 10/10
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2.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Juli 2011
This game consists entirely of dodging obstacles while flying through the opening to Doctor Who. Along the way you'll pick up various hydrocarbon chains, most of which are butane, but 1,1-dimethylcyclopropane does make an appearance (for all you 1,1-dimethylcyclopropane fans out there or "1,1-dimethylcyclopropane-iacs").

The options menu allows adjustment of music and sound effects and nothing else. So if you l find the controls too sensitive, as I did, then too bad.

So far I've only gotten to level nine. Doing so took 20 minutes. I'd be surprised if this game is longer than an hour. Without any evidence to the contrary, I'm forced to assume that the game's brevity is to make sure it doesn't get repetitive.

If flying through an abstract something-or-another while dodging stuff sounds fun, then buy "1... 2... 3... Kick It!"
If you feel that you must buy this game, then wait for it to go on sale first, it isn't long enough for $10. Also, consider checking into rehab, hippie.
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2.9 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. September 2012
A wondrous little Indie title that will test your strabismic acuity. Brainpipe is a traversal of a coaster like psychedelic pipe complete with immersive award winning audio and great visuals. -w 1920 -h 1080 -fullscreen
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0.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Oktober 2013
It's an interesting game, but there isn't a lot of things to say about it, you have to avoid obstacles at fast speed and catch some letters on every level, the difficult is good at later levels, appart from that there isn't a lot to say about it, I can't recommend this one for it's full price, it's just an arcade game, only 10 levels and almost no replay value other than getting higher scores, it's a good choice if you want something quick to play on a boring day or if you're looking for something different to play in steam.
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3.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 2. April 2014
Classic reflex and control game. No instructions, but immersion = discovery.
It's weird, trippy, and a bit disjointed, but definitely charming.
You play as the mind's eye in a randomly generated stream of consciousness.
Collect the glyphs for bonus points and strive for that ulitmate goal: Unhumanity.
No unlocks, no BS. Simple, yet replayable.
Worth $2? Yup. You'll get your playtime out of it.
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0.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 6. September 2014
I found this to be one of the strangest games I have encountered. It is basically a reflex and control game that offer no instructions. There is discovery, which is most of the game experience. Even with that, I still couldn't find myself liking the game.

Perhaps the experience that this game offers is not for me. Maybe I'll try it again someday but not anytime soon.

I give this game a "Not my cup of coffee OUT OF 5".
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0.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 24. August 2014
Quick review:

Short Verdict: A psychedelic first-person runner, with maybe a neuro-something theme if you look hard enough. A bland game experience, and it doesn't add much to the genre. If you really want a runner and don't wanna spend more than US$2 on it, then maybe, just maybe, you could get this. (I wouldn't, since I only had fun for the first 5 minutes of the 15 I managed to play.) Otherwise, stay away.

Pros:
  • Weird graphics in a nice way
  • Could be fun as a casual game for the right player
  • You may start a new game from any stage you want
  • If you like the game, it has replay value, since levels are randomly generated

Cons:
  • Controls are not very smooth and don't add much to gameplay
  • Weird background... music? No, definitely not music, more like organized noises
  • When it gets too fast, it's almost certain that when you hit an object you'll hit a lot more and die
  • Health system is kind of weird--when you take a hit, everything shakes and red flashes everywhere, but you can't really know exactly how's your health

Bought on / for: I actually only played BRAINPIPE because I got it as a giveaway. Even for free, I wouldn't get it if I'd known. By the way, it's currently being sold on Steam Store for R$ 4,29 (US$ 1.88).
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1.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Januar 2011
Favor jogar acompanhado de beck.
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4.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 7. Dezember 2014
Uhmm... I could write so many reviews for this game but I can't write most of them because the majority would begin with "Dude... WTF," only the WTF would be in expletive form.

Anyways. If you want to feel like a superhero robot in the far away future, with wings made of cotton candy... being sucked down a black hole like a hard boiled egg into a bottle while being possessed by demons and/or possibly yourself... you should buy this game.

If you don't want to feel like that, you should still buy this game. The game brainwashed me into saying that. Just kidding. (It brainwashed me into saying that too.)

IN ALL seriousness, this is a really sick piece of art to check out. You navigate a translucent eyeball, and I swear I'm being honest this time, through a chaotic bliss of colored shapes and an ever-changing backdrop that gives you both a great challenge and great visual, as well as audio experience.

(P.S. If marijuana is legal in your state/country, you may or may not want to induce before playing... However, I would not suggest tripping while playing this. If you did, you might actually transport yourself to a parallel dimension.)
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0.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Mai 2011
Never before has the plunge to unhumanity been so compelling, visceral and verticality.
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1.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. August 2015
You are a being of some kind, traveling through some psychedelic pipeline, collecting runes along the way until you achieve a state of unhumanity. There's 10 runes per level that you have to collect in order to gain a master rune ( I guess). Collecting all 10 runes plus the master rune at the end will elevate you to the next stage of being.

The pipeline does change color and sometimes you hear voices or other audio effects but its all background noise. The music isnt harsh on the ears but I'm not sure I would pop it into the player for hours on end though. Said pipes are also home to diverse perils, such as green spines sticking out from the side walls, or spinning purple-pink plasma disks, There's also a cage type feature that you have to pass through as well. If you hit any of these obstacles, your display ( if you can call it that) flashes red and you hear a buzzing-warning-klaxon type sound. (very short though)

You do speed up as the levels progress so quick reflexes are good to have. I have not beaten this game yet so I do not know how it ends. But, if odd pipeline-tunnel travel games are your thing, by all means, jump into the pipe and enjoy.
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Verfasst: 16. März 2014
soo trippy an adictive
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