how to play????
A downloadable game for Windows and Linux
Meditation 5 is a minimalist game about balance, concentration and strategy inspired by Taoist philosophy. The goal is to prevent the screen from turning red by shooting abstract enemies with two crosshairs simultaniously. Constant demand for concentration without much distraction pulls you into a meditative flow. Since the difficulty increases the longer you play, you may need to sacrifice advancement to get yourself some air.
How long can you prevail? Improve your abilites and find strategies to go for the highest score on three difficulty Levels. Full controller support, including XINPUT and Dualshock devices.
• Support for Windows and Linux
• Minimalist design inspired by Taoist philosophy
• Simple, but deep game play
• 25 minute of Ambient OST included
• Full support for XBOX-, Dualshock- and many other game controllers
• Plays smooth, even on dated hardware
• Adjustable difficulty
• Up-to-Date, 64-bit Linux or Windows OS with working drivers
• Gamepad strongly recommended, fallback keyboard mode is included
• 2-Core 2,6 GHZ processor
• ATI HD 7700 or better (or equivalent NVIDIA-card)
• 2GB of RAM
• 100 Megabyte free storage
|Author||Thunder Perfect Witchcraft|
|Tags||2D, Abstract, Arcade, gamepad, High Score, Minimalist, On-Rails Shooter, psychedelic, Twin Stick Shooter|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Inputs||Xbox controller, Gamepad (any), Playstation controller|
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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Hello th7247, thank you for the question.
To start Meditation 5, exectue the file "med5.exe" which you can find in the game folder.
There is an ingame tutorial which explains the basic controls & mechanics but feel free to shoot us a specific question if something is unclear. A controller of some sort is highly recommended though.
Neat game! I was intrigued by how the vibes kept shifting from relaxed to frantic and back to relaxed over and over, after a while I really started to get into the zone. :)