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Nest: a recursive mind scrambler with arrow keys

Nest

Oooh! What a lovely mind scrambler to start a morning with – Jonathan Whiting’s Ludum Dare 37 entry is delightfully simple in terms of the controls and the idea, but good lord it becomes deliciously awkward and so complicated (for humans) early on! Nest [official site] is a recursive single-room movement puzzle which gradually layers control systems in such a way that even moving one square forward becomes a significant challenge, while turning ninety degrees is a challenge worthy of the next RPS sports day! Here – I made a video to explain: Read the rest of this entry »