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Name

 Caliper 2 

 

Developer

 Dima Kiva 

 

Publisher

 Dima Kiva 

 

Tags

 

Singleplayer 

Release

 2019-05-22 

 

Steam

 0,79€ 0,79£ 0,99$ / 0 % 

 

News

 0 

 

Controls

 Keyboard 

 

 Mouse 

 

 Full Controller Support 

 

Players online

 n/a 

 

Steam Rating

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Steam store

 https://store.steampowered.com/app/1081550 

 

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Public Linux depots

 Caliper 2 Linux32 [36.76 M] 


 Caliper 2 Linux64 [34.44 M] 




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About the game
Caliper 2 is an absolute, turn-based puzzle. By manipulating objects with different properties, you need to put some object on the button and enter the portal. Objects have both common and unique properties. Every 5 levels an object is added with unique properties, the combination of which gives a variety of solutions to riddles.
Stone as the simplest object.
Blocks glide over the snow.
Ice is like snow, but you can kick it.
Cart carries blocks. Rubble will not allow ice to slide.
Coal will melt the snow and ice.
The freezer will turn everything into ice.
Flamethrower will melt the ice.
The twins copy each other's movements.

Videos
Caliper 2 - v.1.0
Video 1

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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
MINIMAL SETUP
 OS:  Ubuntu 14.04 
 PROCESSOR:  Core 2 Duo 
 MEMORY:  1 GB RAM 
 GRAPHICS:  1 Gb memory 
 HARDDRIVE:  100 MB available space 
 

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