Computer Game Review
Welcome to the new Computer Game Spoilers section of
my gaming website. I added this section because I recently received questions about the plots of two different games which, to my surprise
and embarrassment, I had totally forgotten the answers to. Then, to my further surprise, I was unable to find any existing website that
would refresh my memory about the plots of computer games... lots of puzzle solutions, but no basic plot summaries.
So I figured I'd better write some of them down while they're still fresh in my mind, just in case I or anybody else wants to refer to them
at some point in the future (or in case anybody suffers a major game glitch and just wants to know what was supposed to happen in the end--
I get letters like this from time to time.) If you haven't finished Physicus yet and you don't want the plot of this game
to be revealed to you, then you don't want to read this page. Please go back to my main
Physicus page, where I give tips and reviews without
giving away any of its plot.
But if you are looking for plot spoilers, just scroll further down the page to find them!
In this game, you play a scientist sent to save a planet that has stopped spinning on its axis. The planet
had to be evacuated because of the extreme temperatures caused by the lack of rotation. As the scientist,
you must solve many physics puzzles to build a machine that will restart the planet's rotation. (The machine
is a little implausible, but the rest of the physics puzzles are quite realistic.)
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