Posts Tagged ‘Broken Rules’

Impressions: Secrets Of Raetikon

By John Walker on January 9th, 2014.

Ignore the terrible name – Secrets Of Raetikon is absolutely lovely. From And Yet It Moves developers Broken Rules, this serene action explorer gives you wings and lets you fly. Because you play a bird, see. Sorry metaphors. Just out on Steam’s Early Access, I’ve been having a splendid time. Here are my impressions so far.

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Looking Fly: Secrets Of Raetikon Is Gorgeous

By Nathan Grayson on August 7th, 2013.

True nature fact: all birds are in a state of constant war over triangles.

I am deathly afraid of heights, yet I desperately long to fly high above the clouds, unrestrained by any sort of machinery or the laws of physics. This is the complex duality of my nature. If I was actually granted the power of flight, I’d be the worst superhero ever – too busy screaming until I vomited a lung on confused bystanders to save anybody. But I digress. Secrets of Raetikon might just allow me to fulfill my fantasy without the disgusting particulars of reality getting in the way. It’s about gentle, feather-like swooping and soaring, and it hails from And Yet It Moves developer Broken Rules. In it, nature and ancient machinery and peaceful exploration collide. It looks delightful.

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