You're an Osmo, a strange creature indeed. You explore the galaxy in your spaceship, and the planets you encounter are almost as bizarre as the Osmos themselves. There are seven worlds presented for your consideration, each more goofy and peculiar than the last.
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You're an Osmo, a strange creature indeed. You explore the galaxy in your spaceship, and the planets you encounter are almost as bizarre as the Osmos themselves. There are seven worlds presented for your consideration, each more goofy and peculiar than the last. Cosmic Osmo is a game about exploration and discovery, not winning or challenges.

Children and adults will both find something to enjoy in this early gem from the creators of Myst.

Systemkrav

    • OS: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 (unofficially supported)
    • Processor: Pentium +
    • Memory: 256MB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 200+ MB available HD space
    • Video: DirectX 9.0c compatible or better
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0 compatible
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c or greater
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Indsendt: 18. marts
I still love Cosmic Osmo for what it is, even all these years later. It's not much of a game, much closer to a "toy", you play with it, but it doesn't really have anything that defines it as a game by modern standards; There is no winning or losing, there are no time limits, there are no objectives. You wander around neat places, interact with silly stuff, play with things you find, et cetera.
And, being a Cyan game, Cosmic Osmo shows that they have beautifully detailed and expressive art design, even in straight-up black and white. Damn! Look at those monochomatic pixels, they're great!

This is a great game for kids if you need to keep them entertained for a while, also good for grown-up kids who want to unwind to a game with zero expectations and a lot of content/hidden fun for you to discover.

Since this game cannot be purchased on its own, I can only tell you whether or not it is a worthwhile addition to the Cyan Collection:
Hell yes it is.
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Indsendt: 17. februar 2014
Have this game on hand to entertain young relatives. Kids still love it in 2014. The creators went on after this to create MYST and Riven, and it's a sedate and calming wacky little exploration gem. I could be wrong about this but I believe this is one of the first games to ever ship on a CD-ROM, weighing in at something like 80mb of 1-bit content, plus the soundtrack.

Side note, it's baffling that it's been removed from the OSX offerings. It is clearly a port and not a bundled emulator pack. This should have the upside of eliminating legal issues with distributing apple macintosh ROM images, with the unpleasant side effect of creating an inauthentic experience to the original game. (Source for this is based on some of the crossfades having grayscale, which obv didn't exist on 68k macs from 1990 or whenever this came out.) No idea why it isn't available aside from windows.
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Indsendt: 14. juli 2014
Still entertains children so many years later. I remember fondly watching my late younger brother playing this game, and it does my heart good to watch my daughter do the same. Hearing her run to me begging me come to see what she found found (an ant tunnel full of ant babiesl) is priceless.

It's a non-story point and click adventure by Cyan Studios, who also made Manhole, Spelunx and later the Myst games. The art is simple, but effective, the gameplay is amusing, and it's very good for teaching young children (~3) mouse control. The absurdist comedy really hits home for the young folk, and the focus on cause and effect makes a lasting impression.
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Indsendt: 31. december 2013
To thoroughly enjoy this game you either need to be a child or maintain a sense of childlike discovery. There is no objective, no score, no gameover, no win conditions, no time limits. This isn't even really a game. Cosmic Osmo is a discovery experience that appeals to the humorous light hearted surreal nature of kids and those of us lucky enough to still be kids at heart.

It plays much like a point and click adventure game, but without inventory or really plotline, your only driving motivation is to see what you can find next. You are essentially an alien visitor to a very strange and exotic solar system, the home of the titular Cosmic Osmo. You can use a spacecraft to navigate between multiple planets or use a very complex series of tunnels, teleporters, and other surreal means of navigation to traverse around this highly entertaining landscape.

While the game certainly looks dated, the black and white cartoony style still maintains a lot of charm and is just as enjoyable today as it was in the early 90s when it was first released. A really fun game to play with your kids or by yourself, you'll be amazed that despite it's age this game contains a huge wealth of interesting and entertaining things to explore, ensuring that you'll discover something new each time you play.
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Indsendt: 3. juni 2012
More of a nostalgic memento of the multimedia wonders of the early cd-rom age than any kind of game, adventure or otherwise. Annoyingly slow boring and unresponsive.

As an extra included in the Cyan pack amogn far better games it at least is just that, just don't waste your time playing it unless you want to see waht was considered MULTIMEDIA MAGIC back in 1991.
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