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Transpose (Steam PC) Free To Keep April 10-13 @ Steam Store
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Transpose (Steam PC) Free To Keep April 10-13 @ Steam Store

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Refreshed 10th Apr (Posted 7th Apr)Edited by:"matwalaboy"

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The VR puzzler game can be picked up for free from the 10th to the 13th of the month.

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MetaScore of 79 metacritic.com/gam…ose


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Description

The universe renews, refreshes and repeats, infinitely folding in on itself. I am made of its energy. My past and future selves are always with me. We work together to generate the infinite cycle of creation and destruction. I exist within and without time, I am inevitable, I am eternal. Time and gravity are my tools to manipulate the world. I don't recognize this world, but I know I have been here before.

Transpose is a dreamlike VR puzzle game set in a universe where time and gravity are used as tools to manipulate the world. By creating and working with looped recordings of their actions, players must solve increasingly complex physics puzzles in a mysterious setting where notions of space and time no longer apply.

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Player Echoes

Transpose features real time player recording, allowing you to play back your actions one to one in real time while interacting with your past selves. You must create echoes of your self, rewind time, and work with these echoes to solve puzzles. Go ahead, give yourself a high five.

Time and Gravity
Set in a mesmerizingly surreal world, Transpose allows players to control time and gravity. Rotate the environment around you to walk on walls and ceilings, experience perspective shifts and multifaceted puzzles in ways only possible in VR.

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matwalaboy08/04/2020 00:55

To the best of my knowledge, not a single thread no and its also a bit …To the best of my knowledge, not a single thread no and its also a bit difficult as there is no fixed time when games go free on Steam making it hard to have a single thread - there are times when there is not even a single new free for limited period game and then there are some where there are more then a handful free.


They are all listed here steamdb.info/upc…ee/
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Haven’t even got a gaming PC yet never mind a VR headset, but hey, it’s free! Cheers OP
Is there a thread that collates all of the Steam freebies together?
Not free yet
sits6908/04/2020 00:45

Is there a thread that collates all of the Steam freebies together?


To the best of my knowledge, not a single thread no and its also a bit difficult as there is no fixed time when games go free on Steam making it hard to have a single thread - there are times when there is not even a single new free for limited period game and then there are some where there are more then a handful free.
matwalaboy08/04/2020 00:55

To the best of my knowledge, not a single thread no and its also a bit …To the best of my knowledge, not a single thread no and its also a bit difficult as there is no fixed time when games go free on Steam making it hard to have a single thread - there are times when there is not even a single new free for limited period game and then there are some where there are more then a handful free.


They are all listed here steamdb.info/upc…ee/
dmn00108/04/2020 01:24

They are all listed here https://steamdb.info/upcoming/free/


Ah that's one of the sites the regulars get their information from then?

Heat to you @dmn001
Edited by: "jcrider" 8th Apr
Not free yet 10/april
voicon10/04/2020 17:40

Which time zone?


5 PM UTC or GMT that’s +1 BST so in another 20 mins
matwalaboy10/04/2020 17:42

5 PM UTC or GMT that’s +1 BST so in another 20 mins


Cherers, just realised I'm going to have to buy VR for this..
Edited by: "voicon" 10th Apr
Cheers!
Thanks yet again Mat..
voicon10/04/2020 17:47

Cherers, just realised I'm going to have to buy VR for this..



If you haven't tried VR before...

YOUR. MIND. WILL. BE. BLOWN.

Worth EVERY penny. I haven't gone anywhere near flat gaming since I bought my Rift CV1 in 2016, it just isn't the same. It's a bit like watching a 9" black and white portable CRT telly after watching a hideously expensive 4K 85" flatscreen lol
snowdog197112/04/2020 16:00

If you haven't tried VR before...YOUR. MIND. WILL. BE. BLOWN. If you haven't tried VR before...YOUR. MIND. WILL. BE. BLOWN. Worth EVERY penny. I haven't gone anywhere near flat gaming since I bought my Rift CV1 in 2016, it just isn't the same. It's a bit like watching a 9" black and white portable CRT telly after watching a hideously expensive 4K 85" flatscreen lol


Do you recommend the Rift?

I only have a 1060 6gb gfx card which can do VR but may need to upgrade it.
voicon12/04/2020 17:57

Do you recommend the Rift?I only have a 1060 6gb gfx card which can do VR …Do you recommend the Rift?I only have a 1060 6gb gfx card which can do VR but may need to upgrade it.




If money is no object and you don't mind upgrading your GPU then I'd recommend getting a Valve Index. They cost £919 though!

So you could be spending 1500 quid or so lol

If you don't fancy spending that much then you might be better off going for a Quest and a Link cable instead of a Rift S. It can double as a portable standalone headset as well as a PC VR headset, and a few of the games on the Quest Store are cross-buy, so once you buy them you can play the PC VR version from the Oculus Store for free.

The Rift S does have a couple of advantages over the Quest though, it's MUCH more comfortable to wear and the quality of the display and lenses are better, giving you a slightly better image quality.

Is the rest of your PC VR Ready?

You'll be fine using a Quest or Rift S on a 1060.
snowdog197113/04/2020 02:10

If money is no object and you don't mind upgrading your GPU then I'd …If money is no object and you don't mind upgrading your GPU then I'd recommend getting a Valve Index. They cost £919 though!So you could be spending 1500 quid or so lol If you don't fancy spending that much then you might be better off going for a Quest and a Link cable instead of a Rift S. It can double as a portable standalone headset as well as a PC VR headset, and a few of the games on the Quest Store are cross-buy, so once you buy them you can play the PC VR version from the Oculus Store for free.The Rift S does have a couple of advantages over the Quest though, it's MUCH more comfortable to wear and the quality of the display and lenses are better, giving you a slightly better image quality.Is the rest of your PC VR Ready?You'll be fine using a Quest or Rift S on a 1060.


I dont mind spending the money if it warrants it, I suppose I have to work out how much time I'm going to actually use it.

I have 2 desktop PCs with i7 9700k and i5 8xxx, both can take a 2xxx series gpu or a Alienware laptop with a i7 and 2060 (would have to check the actual specs), all with SSDs.

Thanks for the info.
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