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Comfortably the best game released on WiiWare last year, and also one of the strangest. The basic idea of this is to fashion a route to the level exit by literally twisting the world around you. At the start, it's all rock and shrubbery, but someone obviously slips something into your drink halfway through. Suddenly you're oscillating gently on pulsing columns of sound that fade in and out, and trying not to get sucked into inky voids, while an inverse doppleganger demands that you also get it to an exit. Although the controls lack the fluidity and flexibility of the Wii, this is still an essential purchase.
And Yet It Moves employs beautiful visuals and unique physics mechanics to produce an excellent game playing experience. You may get a little dizzy playing it, and but it will feel challenging. It’s one of the better games in the puzzle and physics genres.
These quibbles are minor, though, and anyone who likes a good challenge would do well to play And Yet It Moves. Even if you aren’t sure about it, download the demo to see a wonderfully fresh and inventive take on an old standby. Who knows: you may turn around for And Yet It Moves.
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