Create crazy, yet functional, custom vehicles to solve missions with your own unique style!
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Data di rilascio: 21 apr 2011

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Acquista Cargo – The Quest for Gravity


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"There is no way to describe this game in words; you just have to experience it for yourself."
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Gli Dei non hanno avuto compassione degli esseri umani: la Terra come la conosciamo è stata ridotta a una serie di gruppetti di isole e arcipelaghi, abitati dai “BUDDIES” – piccole creature su cui la gravità non ha alcun potere, liberi di galleggiare e folleggiare a loro piacimento.
Gli Dei hanno dato in dono ai BUDDIES queste isole paradisiache, per i loro piaceri folli e sregolati. Ma c'è un modo per fermarli: il DIVERTIMENTO è l'ingrediente segreto che riporterà a terra i BUDDIES e restituirà la gravità alla Terra.
Sei uno degli ultimi esseri umani sopravvissuti sulla Terra: tocca a te distribuire una buona dose di divertimento per riportare l'ordine sul nostro pianeta.
Hai la stoffa per superare in astuzia i BUDDIES e riconquistarti il favore degli Dei?

Caratteristiche del gioco:

  • Un gioco esclusivo e innovativo basato sulla fisica, con più soluzioni diverse per ciascuna missione, per non parlare della modalità sandbox illimitata!
  • Esplora una ricca varietà di ambientazioni e panorami: isole galleggianti, ampi ambienti sottomarini e una varietà di ambientazioni in interni. Il cambio di stagione ha un effetto dinamico sulla giocabilità.
  • Moltissimi pezzi e componenti diversi con cui puoi costruire veicoli folli ma funzionanti.
  • Usa la tua musica per creare la tua colonna sonora personalizzata.

Requisiti di sistema

    • OS: Windows 7/Windows Vista/Windows XP
    • Processor: Pentium 4 3GHz or equivalent AMD Athlon processor
    • Memory: 1GB XP / 2GB Vista
    • Hard Disk Space: At least 4 GB of Space
    • Video Card: 128 MB or more, DirectX 9-compatible with support for Pixel Shader 2.0 (ATI Radeon X800 / NVIDIA GeForce 7600 / Intel GMA HD Graphics)
    • DirectX®: Enhanced for DirectX 9.0
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible
Recensioni utili dai clienti
8 persone su 9 (89%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
0.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 12 marzo
Nice game to just experience and enjoy its sheer different way of going about the gameplay experience it provides the interacter.

Too bad we got too many preconceptions of how a game should play, look and progress to give a decent shot to efforts like this that stray from the established norm.
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1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
11.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 23 novembre 2012
Fantastico! ma con enigmi da capire.
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2 persone su 3 (67%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
30.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 24 ottobre 2011
Assolutamente fuori di testa. Se cercate logica e strategia Cargo non fa per voi. Questo gioco è un totale esercizio di nonsense, follia e umorismo. Bisogna solo lasciarsi andare al divertimento, punto. Non per tutti potrebbe facilmente non piacere, ma almeno è qualcosa di diverso.
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37 persone su 40 (93%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
6.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 29 novembre 2013
This game is a odd, wacky, and just plain weird. I can imagine this game being thought of one late night at the office with nothing better to do. Theories asside, lets talk about the game.

The story of the game is somewhat hard to follow, but without trying to give out spoilers here, you must help these mechanical "gods" re-create the world with your engineering and creative powers. There are four seasons in the game, each one with different themes, like winter freezes all the water so you can drive on it. The game took me about six hours to finish, and thats with me messing around a bit. After you finish the story mode there are little to no reasons to do it again. The only thing for replay is sandbox mode, where you play around on the island with many (but limited) tools, making any vehicle your heart desires.

One small thing this game did horribly is sound, the begining sequence the voice acting was bad enough to make me want to quit the game. It got better from there, but the sound just isnt there in this game.

Throughout the game there is a little bar at the bottom of the screen that tells you what to do next, but I would of rather seen a check list menu or really anything other than this. It doesnt grab your attention easily, and I offen times would find my self forgeting about it and wondering what to do next. Other times when I did see it, what it said didnt make sence, one example that tool me awile to figure out was, near the end of the game it told me to "Find a large object" and it tool me almost fifteen minutes to figure out what I was suppost to do.

Now the big grabber in the game, making your own vehicle, is somthing this game does fairly well, you startout with a base for your vehicle and build from there. So, say you want to build a car, start with a car base, add a few connectors, add wheels to the connectors. and you are all set! However, on occasion you will run into problems. The game gives you blueprints that you can find, these are pre-made vehicles that
A. get the job done,
B. Are faster to make and,
C. Look cooler than anything I could make.
By the end of the second season I found myself going to these rather than building anything myself. Also the gravity and physics in this game dont feel right. Planes and helicopters feel like they're made from paper, the cars are too drifty, and the boats feel like your anchor is alwase down.

All in all this game is a quirky, fun, just plain weird building game that lets you be creative in a world full of weird things. But the story isnt there, the gameplay is diffferent and it really feels like its incomplete. But if you have six plus hours to burn, this isnt the worst of all choices. (Just dont get it for full price) :)


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13 persone su 13 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
12.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 18 ottobre 2014
I like this game, I've completed it twice. It's ♥♥♥♥ing weird, which is what I have come to expect from Ice-Pick Lodge, and why they're probably my favourite developer. They never play it safe, and they're always trying something new.

Cargo is totally strange, set around a rather shakey premise (stopping the rotation of the planet would NOT "switch off" gravity... I'm just saying) involving harvesting Fun (the game's currency) from little naked dudes and conversing with these mechanical "gods" with grotesque circus masks...

The voice acting is dreadful (may just be a problem with the English version, the developers are based in Russia), the music is obnoxious and the controls at times can be frustrating. The story is convoluted and doesn't make a lot of sense, and the tasks the game has you carry out are nonsensical and vague. So why do I like it? I am not entirely sure, it just has a certain charm to it, it made me think about metaphysics I didn't expect it to and on occasion surprised me.

My recommendation is don't play this if you expect a polished or familiar experience, but if you want to play a game that is nothing like anything you've played before I can't think of many better candidates.
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