Stephen "Increpare" Lavelle has sent over a version of his spatial puzzle game, English Country Tune, and I've been playing it. Atmospheric, compelling, and acutely encouraging of the thinking they call lateral, English Country Tune mixes some of the kind of 3D puzzles you might have seen before over the years with some you won't have seen, and then adds in extra layers of impossible videogame physics and Increpare experimental cleverness. I am currently gnawing on early puzzles that include faked "camouflage" gravity... Yes, it's that kind of thing. And it's awesome. That said, despite the name, there are no jaunty folk songs to be found. Not so far, anyway. For gist of the sort of 3D puzzling you'll be expected to face head below to see the trailer. The game itself will be out via the website a week today, apparently.
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