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If you've yet to have some physics fun with the charming puzzle title Quantum Conundrum, then time to get educated. In this video segment, get a lesson on gravity and how to manipulate it with a little help from Quadrangle Industries (and the IDS Glove, of course).
Quantum Conundrum, designed by Portal designer and former Valve employee Kim Swift, is out now on Xbox Live, Steam, and PSN.
The subject of the latest Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin'? is inter-dimensional travel, courtesy of the incredibly brilliant Quantum Conundrum. That game was great and all, but why limit the number of dimensions to just four? There...
Quantum Conundrum is a wonderful upcoming puzzle platformer from creative director Kim Swift. Her past work includes Portal, and while the game has some influences from Valve's little puzzler, Quantum Conundrum takes things to a whole different level as you have to tinker with a variety of physical properties to solve puzzles.
My hands-on time started from about the beginning of the game, and the further I progressed, the more hooked I got. The puzzles are challenging, yet simple enough that you don't feel like a total idiot trying to get through the stage.
You guys have heard of Kim Swift, right? Creator of Portal, former designer at Valve, and all-around badass? I interviewed her last week after getting some hands-on time with Airtight Games's upcoming downloadable title ...
It's a strange time to be a PC gamer. With fewer high-profile exclusives, it has become a glorified Xbox 360. Thanks to efforts from developers and publishers, it's a superior 360 where draw distance, anti-aliasing, and frame-rate rarely get in the way.
If you are a PC gamer, you'll rarely feel left out as most of 2012's biggest titles are coming to the platform. What's more exciting is that some of the most beloved franchises are finally making a return this year, including Jagged Alliance, Diablo, and Counter-Strike. As someone who recently purchased a new PC, I'm happy to say I don't regret it one bit looking at these upcoming titles.
The best thing? Even if all these games suck, we still have some kick-ass Skyrim mods to look forward to! Take that consoles! You dicks!
We gave you a preview of Square Enix and Airtight Games' Quantum Conundrum at PAX last year, but we haven't heard much on it since. The first-person puzzle game from Portal creator Kim Swift looked great, but Square...