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Entropy - a 3D puzzle adventure. Make clever use of electricity, gravity, temperature and mass to solve tricky mazes and to understand the mysteries that unfold in front of your eyes. If things go wrong (which they sometimes will), you can always go back in time - in real time, and from almost everytime, even after you die.

With its main part spanning across 25 levels, Entropy offers about 10 hours of gameplay in an eye-catching 3D scenery.

A game for people who love 3D puzzlers. Originally released in 2012 on XBLIG as part of the Indie Uprising III, this is a revamped and vastly improved version, offering even better graphics and even more detailed levels to PC gamers.

Video Review - Some gameplay by Pixabyte.tv


Video Review - Some gameplay by Pixabyte.tv

Check out a recent video review of the game by Pixabyte.tv!

May 7, 2013 News
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MORRIS2811 Mar 10 2014, 5:02pm said:

Bought the game today thinking it was playable. The game came up mirky black with some white squares. The graphics is spotty and the game is unplayble. IMO.

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svspochta Oct 14 2013, 9:46am said:

Hi. I just bougth Entropy and I have the same problem as jon933. Everything is black. Or sometimes white. When I minimize the game with Alt+tab and again maximize it, everything becomes fine but not for a long time. Just in 3 seconds all screen slowly becomes white. My hardware: Core i7-2600K, Zotac GTX 560ti, Windows 8 Pro. All drivers are up to date. Help!!!

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JonDR Sep 15 2013, 8:17am said:

Hi Autotivity, I just bought the game but have found it to be completely unplayable on anything above 'Low' graphics setting (tried both with and without vsync and windowed).

Here is an album of images demonstrating the problem: Imgur.com

I hear the sound and music from the game perfectly but when reaching the point where I am supposed to jump and move absolutely nothing renders. The whole game is black following very distorted visuals during the intro sequence.

I was wondering if you have any suggestions on how to fix the issue.

If it helps, I noticed that when I first start the game, the background render of some balls falling looks fine for a split second. Then the surface of the spheres starts to light up but the lighting effect seems to 'bleed' into everything else, eventually turning the entire thing white (as shown in the first screenshot in the above album).


Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, Intel i5-3450 3.1Ghz, 8GB RAM, Radeon HD 7850 1GB with Catalyst 13.8 drivers, DX11. Running the game at 1920x1080 resolution.


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Autotivity Sep 17 2013, 8:55am replied:

Hi, we're currently investigating this issue and trying to reproduce with similar hardware. So far with no result though and we also haven't heard of this issue before. I will keep you updated.

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JonDR Sep 18 2013, 12:05pm replied:

OK thanks very much for looking into it and appreciate any advice you might discover. I will also play around some more with things that may resolve it and let you know if I hit upon anything.

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Yhozen Aug 3 2013, 4:57pm said:

good :D

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targetbsp May 21 2013, 1:29pm said:

Had my eye on this for a while. Any chance of a demo version?

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Autotivity Jul 9 2013, 4:58am replied:

unfortunately we currently have no plans for a demo version. But it is on a 50% sale right now! :-)

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Autotivity Apr 25 2013, 9:59am said:

Pixabyte.tv has posted their video review of Entropy on Youtube! Be sure to watch it, it gives quite a good impression of Entropy's puzzle design, and how the game feels: Youtube.com

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Sir_Fred Apr 20 2013, 5:49pm said:

Looks interesting :) Just like Portal or Portal 2. I'm going to buy it :)

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