Summary: It made me think and it excels in inventing a rich variety on a simple formula. Worth it for the graphics alone, the designers did a wonderful job. I have no idea how to further improve on the genre. Only the gameplay's root in one singly type of puzzle keeps Cogs from a ten in my book. But one could choose to see its focus as a strength.
Summary: I had no idea that Cogs, a somewhat random pick up I obtained in the Humble Bundle, would entrap me the way it did. I don't exactly know how to review this title, after all it really is just a sliding puzzle game. All I can tell you is give it a chance, the game is beautifully executed.
Summary: Your mileage may vary. Do you like sliding block puzzles? The one where there's a grid of numbers placed out of order with one free space, and you have to get them in order by sliding them around one a time? Then you'll like Cogs. Do you hate sliding block puzzles? Then you'll probably tolerate Cogs for a bit before uninstalling it. I personally fall into the latter camp.
Summary: Wow, lovely puzzle game! .. And believe me, normally i hate puzzles ! Cogs is a perfect game for a 15 minute session.. just to exercise your brain;) Levels are well designed, smart and pleasure to watch. Specially when you finish the task and see the outcome - e.g steam moves a little toy helicopter ;) There's plenty of levels and special challenge mode, so you would not be bored.
Stay Awhile, and Listen (And Then Don't Buy Anything)
29 July 2011
Summary: Stealing from children is fair sport. Stealing from the elderly and the infirm is profitable and often they welcome the attention. But trying to resell the Humble Indie Bundle? This seller is a subhuman wretch of a creature, grasping at crumbs scattered by his betters, vainly trying to scrape himself out of the gutter he was no doubt born into by peddling someone else's wares like a retarded digital hawker selling the imitation Chinese version of off-brand snake oil.
Summary: This person is selling the indie Bundle, a collection of indie games where the user can name there own price. He probable bought one copy for 1cent then decided to sell the download code over and over again for a profit, like a theft.
Summary: Disgusting, morally bankrupt plankton. This is the Humble Indie Bundle, repackaged and sold as a brand new entity with no remorse whatsoever. Does anyone else find the humour in the 'developer' being called Lazy 8 Studios? Have some class buddy, don't take what isn't rightfully yours.