And Yet It Moves is a cleverly designed, rule-breaking 2D platformer game in which you rotate the entire game world (basically, changing the orientation of gravity) while moving through increasingly complex levels and solving environmental puzzles. The game's interface is very simple: key commands let you move left, right, and jump, as well as rotate the game world 180 or 90 degrees, clockwise or counterclockwise--and you often have to time your avatar's movement precisely with the world's movement, as you navigate through tight passageways, walk off (and then onto and under) precipices, and avoid falling objects. In addition to unconventional gameplay, And Yet It Moves has a distinctive appearance, with charming graphics that look like cut-outs from a child's photo collage. The game contains 16 levels on three different worlds, and you can compete online and submit your best times to global leaderboards. We would love to see even more levels, but overall, this is a fun, fresh game at an affordable price.
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