Run, jump and turn the world upside-down! And Yet It Moves is an award-winning physics-based platform game in which players rotate the game world at will to solve challenging puzzles. Tilting the world turns walls into floors, slides into platforms, and stacks of rocks into dangerous hazards. Players navigate through a paper collage world created with colorful pieces of cardboard and set to distinctive music. With four different environments and unlockable modes, And Yet It Moves is a platformer that will provide gamers with endless challenges. Turn your world upside-down with And Yet It Moves!

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this game is just great, with its graphics and gameplay.

Interesting idea that went very, very wrong some where. Not fun in the least. It does have some what neat visuals though...


The game runs slowly and jerks on my computer even though it's such a simple game. The concept is novel and the controls are fine but something about the way it's made simply doesn't agree with my modern gaming PC.

It has a very interesting mechanic. It's, sometimes, pretty hard. Unfortunately, it is pretty short too (but there is achievements to be made, so... it has a good replay value).

Pretty interesting. It was entertaining to play, not extremely fun, but well. Pretty weird artistic design, and weird as f*ck soundtrack. Nevertheless, a good choice when you don't know what to play.

Not as fun as i thought it be.

I was shocked to find that I actually really like this game. It's very addictive and the music/gfx style is very cool.

Can't wait to see what else these wierdo's come up with.

The idea is unique and the gameplay generally fun, some of the levels are true brainbusters.

On the other hand the unique graphical style of the game is interesting at first and mostly wierd at the end, not really bad but annoying at least.

Unique idea is what makes that game fun and entertaining - that sentence describes the game most accurately.

Too bad that game is very short. But the soundtrack positively suprised me!

Very fun game. I found it pretty addictive. I hope they release some more levels, or a second iteration.

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