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Osmos, the award-winning game, has been named Game of the Year for its exceptional combination of physics, survival and classic eat em up. Get ready to enter into the world of a galactic mote that follows Darwin's principles of survival of the fittest. Your objective is to absorb smaller organisms to grow while being aware of predators larger than you. The game features unique physics-based play, hypnotic music, and stellar graphics that provide an ultimate ambient experience.
This single version of the game is compatible with both tablets and phones. Osmos leads the player through floating playgrounds, competitive petri dishes, deep solar systems, and more. To propel yourself, you must eject matter behind you, causing you to shrink while also trying to grow by absorbing smaller motes.
Whether you're a child at heart who likes mucking about with single-cell organisms, or a strategist with a physics degree, this game will appeal to everyone. Osmos has won numerous awards, including Editor's Choice by Google, Wired, Macworld, IGN, GameTunnel, and more. It has been the #1 top mobile game, Game of the Year, and won Best in Show at IndieCade. Osmos also received the Vision Award and four IGF nominations.
The game contains 72 levels that span across eight different worlds - Ambient, Antimatter, Solar, Sentient, Repulsor, Impasse, Warped Chaos, and Epicycles. It features an award-winning electronic soundtrack from artists such as Loscil, Gas, High Skies, Biosphere, Julien Neto, and more. Osmos provides seamless multitouch controls that allow you to warp time, eject mass, pinch to zoom, and more.
In Arcade mode, you can play random versions of any level, providing endless replay value. You can even slow down or speed up the flow of time to outmaneuver or challenge agile opponents. The game has received glowing reviews from many reputable sources. Slide To Play called Osmos a Must Have and stated that the game design is thoughtful and intuitive while the visuals are stunning yet simplistic. Macworld Editor's Choice gave it a 5/5 rating and called it an utterly serene, yet fiendishly complicated game. MTV Multiplayer declared that Osmos was a must-play and AppAdvice called it an absolute must.
Osmos has been deemed brilliant and clever and will change the way you think of games and what you expect from them. Get ready to be absorbed by this beautiful experience!