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Puzzling Teleportals: Vicinity – Warp Reality

By Adam Smith on June 19th, 2012.

The Rubik's Cube is the only toy or game in existence that has made me physically angry. Oh, and trying to 100% clear every Peggle level.

If I sent out a press release saying that my dissertation on ‘the nature of time and the stage in Beckett’s theatre’, was online and free to download I reckon more people would throw rocks at me than would download the blasted thing. Not so with student games. This is the third or fourth I’ve posted in recent weeks and Vicinity: Warp Reality is another impressive piece of work. Like several others I’ve seen, it’s a first person puzzler. I guess the style allows for imaginative elements of layout and motion in a 3D space, which probably ticks lots of design boxes. The fourth part is where things become interesting. Download here.

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