And Yet It Moves is centered around the enhancement of players' abilities in a 2D platformer. Its core mechanism is the power to turn the world in 90 degrees intervals any time the user chooses to. This has clear implications on the game environment: walls become floors, tunnels may suddenly be used as downward slides and a stone resting on the ground may fall, becoming either a dangerous obstacle or useful object for catapulting.
To successfully progress through a level, a player must apply the physical consequences of rotating the world to the avatar, and to other moving objects, like stones, drops of water and branches, as well as to living things, such as bats, monkeys and much more.
Our goal was to cater to players with a reasonably high game literacy, along with newcomers to our domain. We carefully introduce our core mechanism, and slowly build up the challenges, so that one can improve while playing. During our intense user testing sessions, we refined and polished that process, in order to provide a satisfying gaming experience.
A great amount of effort was put into supporting the fresh and interesting gameplay, with many additionally added special objects to interact with, and a large variety of puzzles distributed over 16 levels in 3 environments. It's amazing how much there is to do when you're able to turn the world around
And Yet it Moves System Requirements
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.0GHz / AMD Athlon XP 2000+
Graphics: AMD Intel 945GM Express Family or NVIDIA GeForce FX 5500
PC System Analysis For And Yet it Moves Requirements
And Yet it Moves requires at least a Intel 945GM Express Family or GeForce FX 5500 to meet recommended requirements running on high graphics setting, with 1080p resolution. This hardware should achieve 60FPS. 1 GB will also be needed to achieve the And Yet it Moves rec specs and get 60FPS. Another thing to consider is the DirectX capability of your GPU. And Yet it Moves needs a GPU capable of running DirectX 9. We suggest a 15 year old PC to play smoothly.