Pangea Software on Friday announced the release of
Enigmo 2, a 3D puzzle game in which you construct mechanisms to direct the flow of water, plasma, laser beams and more. The game costs $29.95 — a demo is available for download.
Enigmo 2 is a Universal Binary that runs natively on PowerPC or Intel-based Macs.
The sequel to a game released in 2003, Enigmo 2 is a kinetic puzzle game. To complete each puzzle, you need to fill containers with water, plasma or laser energy by redirecting their flow around obstacles.
Often you have to activate switches, turn off force fields or figure out how to get around or through other objects. You also have a variety of dynamic and static parts, such as drums, mirrors, sponges, funnels and more to help redirect the flow of water, plasma and laser energy.
Enigmo 2 features a built-in game level editor for users who want to design their own levels. Through April 30, 2006, Pangea is also featuring an
Enigmo 2 Game Design Contest to see who can come up with the best level; the winner receives an Apple video iPod.
Minimum system requirements call for a G4/800MHz or faster, 256MB RAM, 32MB VRAM, Mac OS X v10.3.9 or later, QuickTime 7 and OpenAL.