Perhaps the most pointless game.
"Bryan Audley's Numbers" is a puzzle where you have to find a way out of the 3-D labyrinth using the theory of numbers. At the heart of gameplay are prime numbers, its identification helps you move through the maze. In fact, all that is required of the player is to perform mathematical operations in mind.
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Hey. My name is Bryan Audley ... sort of. I was inside a giant death maze. And only numbers will help me find a way out.
What does it mean? No idea. I'm afraid I'll die here.
... All this construction consists of identical cubic rooms, there is a hatch in the same room on each face of rooms. Each of these cubes has a unique three figures number, and if at least one of them is prime, there is a death trap. But that's not all. Numbers know where the exit is. And that's all I know. There must be some order behind them, but I do not see it.
I’ve been trying to solve this riddle for three days already. In general, it's fun enough, come here. Now I can’t manage alone.
What is there?
1) Fascinating gameplay
Open the doors by pressing the "E" key
Close the doors by pressing the "E" key
Although, no ... They close automatically
2) Exciting plot
I was definitely excited
3) Various locations
Six colors of rooms!
4) Realistic graphics
It’s… my humble opinion
5) Stunning music
It will play in your head after tens of hours of play
6) And, of course, the numbers
Many numbers. Literally a **** bunch of it
Yes, this is a game about numbers
There is nothing but numbers
Quit all your business. I really need your help
I'll wait here for now. Cube 783 407 328
You're coming, aren’t you?
I really want to live
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8.1, 10
Intel Core 2 Duo (or equivalent)
2048 MB RAM
with 1024 MB VRAM compatible with DirectX 9
300 MB available space
Compatible with DirectX
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