Rime for MacBook

Rime for MacBook

Another game is here! Rime for MacBook is now available and you can play it on all the MacBooks and iMacs. This adventure puzzle video game is developed by Tequila Works and published by Grey Box and Six Foot. This game is following a boy who arrives on a mysterious island and start searching it with a fox  as a guide. You have to guide the boy in order to solve a number of environmental puzzles across five large levels.

Rime for MacBook gameplay

As we mentioned, in Rime you control a boy, named Enu. Now he is on an abandoned island. While playing you will uncover many secrets and you will learn more about him. He can do many activities there. You are able to make him run, climb and carry objects. Also you can make him even push or pull larger objects. Enu can do other thing like shouting or sing. Those can trigger certain events like causing a door to open for a limited period of time.

In Rime for MacBook, you have to solves different environmental puzzles. For some of them you need to use your perspective. On the other hand, for others you must use special skills. After you completed the very first puzzles, you will have access to a fox, which is going to be your friend in the game. She is your guide through the world. So if you hear a bark somewhere, is the fox trying to tell you where to go next. Remember in case you are lost, listen for the bark. Also if you are stuck on a puzzle, your friend will spawn at least near to the solution. This way it is helping you to understand it.


Rime for MacBook DOWNLOAD

Right now the game is available to download as .dmg. So after  .dmg file is downloaded, you have to open it and extract the game in applications folder. Enjoy it!


More Game Details:

In Rime for MacBook, most of colored objects are color coded revealing how you can interact. For example, green or jade objects are affected by voice. Things that glow gold or have yellow tint can be interacted with physically. Also the climbable ledges have white erosion on the walls. You don’t have to worry too much about a “Game Over” while playing Rime. For instance, in case you jump from too high, you simply get back up from where you left off.