A whole lot of questions!

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A whole lot of questions!

first off on the 24th I get paid, from my job so..... I figured why not buy a tiny $200 laptop and this game(on weekdays I'm never in one spot for longer then 3 hours) so my question is If i paid $25 for the game plus got the computer would my low-end laptop be able to play it, and can I put it on a USB and keep the save file there for when I use my Desktop?

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Neo Scavenger has very low system requirements. If your laptop can run flash games, like the browser-based demo, then it can run the full downloadable version. That's easy to test by going to the demo page before you purchase it, when you do get your laptop. This game is a lot of fun but it's still in Beta, so you'd be supporting the development as well.

Good luck with the laptop purchase. What are the system specs you are looking to get?

2GB RAM, 2GHZ processor 500MB Intel Family chipset

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Okay, then as long as it meets the requirements to run Flash, it can run the game.

Flash requirements: http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/tech-specs.html

- 2.33GHz or faster x86-compatible processor, or Intel® Atom™ 1.6GHz or faster processor for netbooks

- 512MB of RAM (1GB of RAM recommended for netbooks); 128MB of graphics memory

It sounds like netbooks (small laptops) don't require as much RAM or processing power to run Flash as desktops.

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At my computer, NeoScav is using about 1.4GB RAM, so maybe 2GB overall could be slightly critical.

Player was gored and eaten by a sabretooth tiger.
Survival Time: 48 days, 16.51 hours.

2GB RAM, 2GHZ processor 500MB Intel Family chipset

I think that actually it should run quite fine, even on half of this. In theory, the problem is that while the game itself doesn't really have requirements higher than average flash game, flash itself may be less or more requiring/compatible depending on the system, hardware, settings etc - as proven by how it takes 1.4 GB of RAM for Inaluki while for me it's about 500 MB after an hour of playing. Anyway, I think you'll be fine, especially if you'll restart your game/system from time to time.