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OIO is a scrolling platform puzzler, with simple yet intricate game elements with its main goal to collect all the orbs and fragments on each level to unlock the mystery and piece the story together. OIO, a little guy made of wood, awakes in a subterranean world where all his compatriots stand frozen in time. OIO does not remember what led him and his people into this dark sleep.

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  • Toyotame Toyotame

    Looks like OIO was totally acquired by Bulkypix\PlugInDigital now.

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  • Toyotame Toyotame

    Hello, will we get OIO - The Game - Enlarged here as ones who already own OIO?

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  • softserve softserve

    What happened? I'm really sad to hear that... I just booted this up, apparently I got it in some bundle, and it's fantastic.

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  • UncannyGames UncannyGames

    Hi there everybody.
    Sorry for the delay, the company is having big troubles right now, so we were pretty busy. In fact we have to dissolve Uncanny Games somehow and very soon :/
    We will make an update soon, MAC version, all bugs fixes, saved options and bonus levels.
    Stay tuned this week, it will arrive pretty soon.
    Best regards and thank you all for playing our game.
    And again sorry.

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    • Barefoot_Monkey Barefoot_Monkey

      That's sad. You did such an amazing job making OIO. I hope that the situation has improved since the dissolution.

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    • Azrael360 Azrael360

      I'm really sorry for this. Best of luck for you guys, you did an awesome work! :)

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  • Daymy Daymy

    Game strucks down my computer immediately :(

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  • kalirion kalirion

    Is there a point to the Graphics Quality settings? I have a rather weak system (4500mhd), but the difference between "Fastest" and "Fantastic" seems to be literally 1 fps - and its not a CPU bottleneck, core usage never spikes close to even 80 on either core.. In most Unity games the difference in performance is huge, to the level where 1080p Fastest could perform as well as 1024x768 Fantastic. As it is, I'm only getting low 20s framerate on 512x384.

    Also, after changing the settings in game, I no longer even get the resolution switch option on start up - always starts with 1080p default must then load a level before being able to open menu to switch resolution.

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    • kalirion kalirion

      Seems the graphics quality DO make a difference on most levels, it's just the first level where they don't do anything. Also most levels so far (just beat 5) have significantly better performance, to the point where I can play sections at 1024x768 without slowdown.

      As for my second issue, resolutions other than 512x384 are remembered. Maybe it has to do with my monitor not officially supporting 512x384 in full screen mode?

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  • Orpheusftw Orpheusftw

    So, I bought this game before I noticed a bigger, fanicer version was (ideally) in the process of being greenlit on steam. Will you update this version when the time comes as well?

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