Wow you guys, we are so thrilled with such masterwork pieces of art and gaming combined into one so beautifully!
The game, And Yet It Moves, is a puzzle platformer, an indie game developed by the indie developer Broken Rules. The game is about a boy who is trying to get out of, well actually nowhere to be exact, it is just an escape simulation game that so beautifully weaves art and unique gameplay mechanism to create something ...awesome.
Something pure beauty!
The game is presented in a marvelous paper collage visual style, which is designed by Jan Hackl. And evenly matching its mood is the beatbox style soundtrack by Christoph Binder.
The game presents a boy who is of course the main character, he is designed in a paper lined boy, kind of like that old animated Limca ad guy, in a world that is hauntingly beautiful and is crafted in a collage of twisted dry papers, you will have to see it to feel the beauty and chill.
The boy has the ability to turn the whole world (or the screen) into 90 degree or 180 degree angles, just walk, jump and solve puzzle by rotating the whole goddamn world to create ledges or climbing edges or defy straight deaths as well but beware for it could also be fatal.
The game is beautiful, spell binding and eerie and it takes a whole lot more than just pressing buttons to escape to enjoy the true beauty of such craftsmanship.
The game, AYIM is developed and published by Broken Rules for the PC, MAC, OS X, Linux, WiiWare and Onlive. It was initially released in April 2009.
It’s a unique gaming experience to tell you the truth, its haunting and eerie, its brutal and yet it is magnificently beautiful and pleasing. Its like the song of the sirens, beautiful but dangerous, some cartoon brutality here and there but that doesn’t even matter when you are spellbound with this game’s aura for hours and hours.