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Quantum Conundrum |

From the mind of Portal’s designer Kim Swift and her team at Airtight Games, we give you Quantum Conundrum. A quirky sense of humor downloadable puzzler set in a multi-dimensional world. Sounds familiar? There is more!

In Quantum Conundrum, You will be playing as a young kid visiting his weird millionaire inventor uncle. After your uncle disappears working on one of his experiments, you will have to find him through solving a variety of clever puzzles.

Clearly Influenced by Portal, this first-person puzzle/platformer will have you carrying the Interdimensional Shift Device, IDS, which will allow you to jump between different dimensions. Check out this PAX Prime gameplay video with Kim, explaining the basic mechanics of the game …

Quantum Conundrum is planned for release early next year on PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE and Steam.

  • I saw this over the weekend and was impressed by the quality of it, specially for a downloadable title.

    I love the way even the look of the painting change when you shift through the dimensions. And despite the cartoony look the game seems to have some real puzzles just like Portal!

    When the time comes, I’m definitely picking this up, just don’t know when I’ll actually play it ;p

  • That glove reminds me of when I was a child and all I wanted was the nintendo power glove. I got it and it sucked lol
    Looks neat

  • Sure, I’ll give it a go. Still have to play Portal but I’ve heard so many great things that I’ll eventually get the Orange Box (bad, bad PS3 port and all) and Portal 2 once it’s cheaper.

  • I am excited for a PSN release, hoping for a decent price and some good clever puzzles. I will follow Eden steps on this one and wait for a price drop for Portal 2