The lights are on
The next project from Kim Swift (who left Valve after working on Portal to lead her own team at Airtight Games) is an adorable puzzle-platformer that lets you play with the laws of physics to solve complex puzzles.Quantum Conundrum has echoes of Portal in its room-by-room puzzle design, but its mechanics are strikingly different. Using a dimension-shifting glove, you can alter the properties of everything around you. At PAX, Swift showed off two dimensions with fascinating effects: the self-explanatory slow motion dimension, and the unusual fluffy dimension.
Quantum Conundrum is scheduled to come out on Steam, Xbox Live Arcade, and PlayStation Network in early 2012.
Sounds interesting, I just hope it has more replay value than the portal series. A steady amount of DLC puzzles would do the trick.... of course that only works if the game is actually good enough for people to want to buy the DLC.
Is she some kind of Video game prodigy?
Fluffy dimension reminds me of quantum weirdness...
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I will happily accept Ms. Swift's old position. <3
Also looking forward to this.
This sounds completely awesome.
Also, "Go Fluffy" is my new catch phrase.
Kewl. I am sure this game will be brilliant.
This looks interesting. Anyone who worked on Portal has my attention.
It sounds like a good time, I doubt it can ever replace Portal but I cant foresee passing this downloadable title up anytime soon.
Looks pretty cool. We can only hope this will be as fun and fascinating as Portal.
Cool, I might check that out!
"And if the laws of physics no longer work in the future: God help you."
if it wasn't for the aweful art style, i would say this looks really cool
I'm looking forward to it
Figured it'd be awesome with Kim Swift attached, now this makes it seem guaranteed. But, of course, nothing tells you whether you'll like a game or not like playing it, so I look forward to the day I can play a demo of this.