And Yet It Moves

And Yet It Moves

Year
2009
Publisher
Broken Rules, 2009
Developer
Broken Rules
Genre
Platformers
Keywords

rotate - 1.00 puzzles - 0.73 platform - 0.55 checkpoint - 0.45 spin - 0.45 goal - 0.36 bat - 0.36 mechanics - 0.36 land - 0.27 space - 0.27 death - 0.27 degrees - 0.27 rip - 0.27 clockwise - 0.27 charm - 0.18 ceiling - 0.18 edge - 0.18 protagonist - 0.18 situations - 0.18 navigate - 0.18

And Yet It Moves is a platform game developed by independent developer Broken Rules. The game was first released as a PC game on April 2, 2009, and then as a title on WiiWare in August 2010. The game focuses on moving the player character through a series of hazardous environments. Notably, the player has the ability to rotate the entire game world, transforming walls into walkable floors and vice versa. The game's levels and puzzles are designed around this concept.And Yet It Moves was originally designed as a computer science project at the Vienna University of Technology in 2007. When the original prototype won or was nominated for awards at various independent game festivals, Broken Rules decided to create a full version of the game. Both the PC and WiiWare versions of the game received positive reviews, with many critics applauding the gameplay mechanics introduced and the unique visuals styled as a paper collage. And Yet It Moves was also released as part of the third Humble Indie Bundle.

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