Artificial Mind is a first person puzzle-solving sandbox game, that was inspired by great titles like Portal and Garry's mod. In this game you take role of a robot, who is closed up in a huge testing facility. Your task is to complete various levels, using your intelligence and creativity, to prove the quality of your AI, and to prove ,that youre the one worth sending on the upcomming space mission. Game should be released in Q4 of this year.

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Check out all the improvements and new game mechanics that were added to the game during this week!

Posted by Ghostik on Aug 17th, 2014

Hello!


These are the things that were added to the game during this week:


Electromagnets


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They can be activated by the objects that are linked to them (Buttons, Levers, Lasers ...etc.) and they attract all iron objects.

Electromagnets in action:
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Electromagnets holding an iron platform:
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Cutters


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New programmable objects that can be attached to wooden planks of various shapes and sizes and cut through them when activated.

Here are some examples of how they could be used in the future puzzles:

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tile
tile Aug 17 2014, 6:23pm says:

This game is really really amazing gameplay wise; much better than portal 2! looks very well executed. I look forward to seeing what puzzles are made from this. one suggestion though; make sure to have a good range of customizable graphics settings, because some lower end computers might not be able to handle this game's great visuals. The gameplay is more fun when you can see more than 1 fps!

:) good work as always.

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Ghostik Author
Ghostik Aug 17 2014, 6:54pm replied:

Hi and thanks!
I will make sure to do that :)

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Anoniman_Piotr
Anoniman_Piotr Aug 20 2014, 4:16pm replied:

Could you make this game able to run on sempron 2500+ ,radeon 9550 and 1gb ram?

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Ghostik Author
Ghostik Aug 20 2014, 4:26pm replied:

I will try to make graphic settings as customizable as possible but I am not sure if you will be able to run it. There will be a free demo in the future so you will be able to see if you can run it.

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hugo1005
hugo1005 Aug 18 2014, 4:54am says:

Looks cool, but do you think with so many mechanics it might be difficult to put together consistant level designs?

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ferdyfist
ferdyfist Aug 18 2014, 6:21am replied:

I disagree, would't it add variety?

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Ghostik Author
Ghostik Aug 18 2014, 6:25am replied:

Hi!
I still need to add some more design elements because levels feel pretty empty. I will have to think it through and try out some possibilities but it should be manageable.

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NickCh
NickCh Aug 18 2014, 1:50pm says:

Seems extremely promising :)

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hugo1005
hugo1005 Aug 19 2014, 7:50am says:

I think the game mechanics are all pretty cool, it also looks really nice and polished but the problem that comes to mind is getting all those mechanics to work together seemlessly so it doesn't look like a giant tech demo.

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