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QuantZ

QuantZ

QuantZ is a 3D action/puzzle game set in an astrological and fantasy style.

It is a three dimensional puzzle game with intuitive controls and enjoyable play. Merging elements from different genres, the game challenges players to move around a cube in order to land colorful marbles in strategic places for chain reactions. The developers say there is about 50 hours of gameplay on offer.

The Gameplay is simple yet addictive: you have the power to control a cube with your mouse and drop marbles onto it. Create explosions of colors, chain reactions and win special rewards. Explore an immersive universe and become the QuantZ Oracle! With 24 unique and beautiful worlds to go through, 100 Puzzles to complete and an innovative game physic, QuantZ offers great fun.


The objective of the game is to clear the cube using as few QuantZ as possible. The game is OpenGL based.

 QuantZ

Price
$12

Developer
Gamerizon Studio Inc

Website
gamerizon.com

Requirements
Linux kernel 2.6
32 or 64 bit
CPU: 850MHZ
RAM: 256MB
HD: 80MB of space
Graphics: 3D acceleration with 128MB of video memory

Support:
Blog, FAQ

Selected Reviews:
The Globe and Mail, GameFocus, jeuxvideo in French

Features include:

  • Easy gameplay with tactile and instinctive controls
  • 3 different game modes:
    • Strategy
    • Action
    • Puzzle
  • 100 puzzles to solve
  • 24 worlds to explore
  • High quality audio
  • Supports: English, French, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and German

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