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Charming first-person puzzler Quantum Conundrum revealed


The mystery title from Airtight Games is called Quantum Conundrum, and it looks like the type of project Kim Swift (of Portal fame) would be attached to. It's a first-person puzzle game, except this time, the subject matter appears to be going for an even broader audience.

You play a kid exploring his uncle's crazy laboratory-esque house; in the demo GameSpot saw, you could change dimensions (for example, the fuzzy dimension makes everything cute and lightweight) and also cause your surroundings to move in slow motion. I certainly got a vibe similar to that of Portal, which is a great thing.

Quantum Conundrum will be out in early 2012 for Steam, Xbox Live Arcade, and PlayStation Network.

PAX 2011: Quantum Conundrum Exclusive Preview - First Look [GameSpot]

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  • Quantum Conundrum is a wonderful delight - Hamza CTZ Aziz
  • Quantum Conundrum's adorable E3 trailer gets the job done - Conrad Zimmerman
  • Interview with Kim Swift, creator of Quantum Conundrum - Tara Long
  • Preview: Brain busting goodness in Quantum Conundrum - Dale North
  • Tara Long and Nick Chester discuss Quantum Conundrum - Victoria Medina
  • Quantum Conundrum: Portal-y, but fluffier and cuter - Dale North
  • Charming first-person puzzler Quantum Conundrum revealed - Jordan Devore
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