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The award-winning puzzle platformer, And Yet It Moves, was released for the Linux platform today. Indie studio Broken Rules brings the award-winning downloadable PC and Mac game that will have players physically rotating environments to overcome various obstacles and challenges to the Free Operating System. The game won the 2007 Independent Games Festival Student Showcase, was nominated for the 2007 EUROPRIX Top Talent Award and qualified as a finalist during IndieCade 2008. Download the DRM-free game as RPM or Debian package, or as a Tarball. The game will be on sale for $9.99.
QuoteAnd Yet It Moves is an award winning physics-based platform game where you run and jump through a world made of paper. To aid in solving the twisted mind-bending levels, you possess the unique ability to rotate the world at will! Walls become floors, slides become platforms - but a harmless pile of rocks becomes a hazardous danger when turned upside down! Explore beautifully crafted environments. Survive 17 challenging levels full of strange creatures, traps and puzzles. Unlock bonus levels and competitive game modes. Beat you friends time on the online leaderboards. Turn your world upside-down with And Yet It Moves!


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