Unique Indie PC Game 'And Yet It Moves' Coming To WiiWare

Posted: Aug 5 2010, 8:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:52am CDT, in News | Gaming

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A quirky little PC game called And Yet It Moves has made a significant enough splash in the indie game community that it's actually heading to the mainstream as a digital download on the Wii.
It's a puzzle game with a simple enough concept - get from one part of a maze to the other without landing on traps or hazards. What's unique, though, is the fact that players don't just move their character; they move the entire world.

Adding in motion controls, players will tilt the Wii Remote to literally turn a ceiling into the floor, or walk on walls by flipping them around.

There's 20 levels in the little game, and that's pretty much it. But it's interesting enough that it should spark the attention of WiiWare browsers when it comes out August 23rd.

The game, which is a direct port of the PC version, will be priced at 1,000 Wii Points ($10).


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