“[A] game about exploring and solving puzzle in a mind-bending environment inspired by [Maurits Cornelis] Escher. Enjoy the peaceful mood while trying to understand this strangely connected world.”
Some of you may remember that Antoine Zanuttini created a little puzzle game called “Non Euclidean Room” for the Ludum Dare 37. In the last few months he developed it further and created a whole new non-euclidean world: There are completely new levels, you can hear new and wonderfully composed background songs, new game mechanics were implemented and even a strange voice waits for you to progress.
It is interesting to see how switch puzzles work out in a scenario without our typical laws of nature. The puzzles are very difficult, but as soon as you complete the first challenge you will get the feeling of a truly earned achievement. In my opinion, “Fragments of Euclid” is an example of exquisite puzzle design. >>PLAY