Lovely roll-em-upper InFlux is ready to roll out, and you can help put it on Steam too. It must be lovely to be a ball. Imagine just rolling around in a paddling pool, for example. Or rolling down a grassy hill. Or bouncing gently down some steps. And in InFlux, you can do all of those things whilst solving physicsy puzzles! Just look at this trailer! Like a new Portal without the sarcastic narrator and well, less of the holes. Actually I don’t know why I brought Portal up. Perhaps I brought it up because it looks good. HERE IS THE TRAILER. Read the rest of this entry »
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By Cara Ellison on July 24th, 2013.
By John Walker on October 3rd, 2012.
Ever since I couldn’t get past the third level of Marble Madness, I’ve found a real affection for rolly-ball games. Even Super Monkey Ball! So I’m intrigued by a project from Aussie devs, Impromptu Games: InFlux. It’s a puzzle platformer, of sorts, in which you roll a small ball around what looks to be extremely varied locations, defying and embracing gravity. It looks at once calming and complex – just like me! You can see a bunch of footage below.