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Hello!

Trying to create a physics puzzle game in my "free" time.
So far it's going very steady, but slow.
Hope to get some feedback from you!

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Area 86 is a physics-based game, that lets you control a robot at a secret place in space.
From simple item moving to custom imagined solutions with item picking, throwing, combining and activating!
Explore & examine all possibilities each place has to offer and do your best to get further.
But remember, each action has consequences and thus could break or make something unexpected.


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Quick overlook of main features:

  • Physics-based gameplay with no bugs or whatsoever
  • Tasks that give you more clue on how to do things wrong
  • Controllable robot who can be blamed for all consequences
  • Includes more than 1 level and each level contains less than 12 possible tasks to complete [ not in free version ]
  • Secret places and hidden objects for extra challenge

 

What can you find in the free downloadable version:
One fully completable level with 6 tasks and 2 hidden special items to discover.
From the task list, 2 are main tasks which you should complete to get further and then there are 4 other tasks that should challenge your thinking.
One of the secret items is visible instant, but you need to figure out how to collect it, while the other special item is hiding.
Another extra feature is visual hints, that should force your thinking of discovering features.


Download playable version for your system:

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