Cogs is a puzzle game where players build machines from sliding tiles. Players can choose from 50 levels and 3 gameplay modes. New puzzles are unlocked by building contraptions quickly and efficiently.
- Inventor Mode: Starting with simple puzzles, players are introduced to the widgets that are used to build machines — gears, pipes, balloons, chimes, hammers, wheels, props, and more.
- Time Challenge Mode: If you finish a puzzle in Inventor Mode, it will be unlocked here. This time, it will take fewer moves to reach a solution, but you only have 30 seconds to find it.
- Move Challenge Mode: Take your time and plan ahead. Every click counts when you only get ten moves to find a solution.
- OS: Microsoft Windows XP or Vista
- Processor: 1.5 GHz CPU or better
- Memory: 512 MB RAM
- Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible 64 MB graphics card with hardware transform and lighting (T&L)
- DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c or later
- Hard Drive: 120 MB Free Space
- Sound: DirectX compatible sound card
- OS: OS X version Snow Leopard 10.6 (Snow Leopard), or later.
- Processor: Intel-based processor
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Hard Disk Space: 320 MB
- Video Card: hardware support for OpenGL 2.0 or higher (Does not work with Intel GMA 950 or lower graphics processors)
System requirements refers to the hardware and software components of a computer system that are required to install and use software efficiently.
The software manufacturer will list the system requirements on the software package. If your computer system does not meet the system requirements then the software may not work correctly after installation. System requirements for operating systems will be hardware components, while other application software will list both hardware and operating system requirements.
System requirements are most commonly seen listed as minimum and recommended requirements. The minimum system requirements need to be met for the software to run at all on your system, and the recommended system requirements, if met, will offer better software usability.
There are many reasons why games are slow:
- Old computer and new games. This is the most common cause of poor performance in games. Try lowering the game settings (lower resolution, turn off shadows and other effects);
- Partial lack of resources. Turn off other resource-intensive programs that can load the processor, hard disk and RAM (Torrents and etc.);
- Old drivers. Use the latest drivers for your computer (graphics card, chipset and etc.);
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