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And Yet It Moves



The Scoop: And Yet It Moves; By: Broken Rules; For: Windows, OS X, Linux, Wii

Rip up some paper and slap a few moving pencil sketches on top, and you get And Yet It Moves, a quasi-puzzle game about running and jumping to get from one end of a level to the other. Enemies? Power-ups? Missing in action. They're not the point. What is, is figuring out how to navigate a world made of stylish tissue and scraps, at times resorting to tricks like spinning the screen 90 degrees to make your way. No time limits, flying turtles, or exploding body parts, just you, your wits, and a serenely flat, cutout paperscape.

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