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And Yet It Moves- Wii

And Yet It Moves- Wii
alaScore 88

19 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the story. The design also gets good feedback, whereas there are some negative opinions about the controls.

usability, design, story

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the And Yet It Moves- Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 19 reviews)

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And Yet it Moves

 

Supposedly, during his historic trial before the Catholic Church, the pioneering scientist Galileo Galilei muttered “and yet it moves” under his breath when the Church insisted that the Earth was a solitary object. The story is considered by historians...

And Yet it Moves stands alongside Braid and Limbo as one of this generation's best 2D platformers, improving on last year's PC release with a couple notable additions. Like its brethren it takes the basic mechanics of the genre, shakes them up with a...

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And Yet it Moves Review

 

Fun with rotational physics

Simple controls, nice ramp in difficulty, soothing music, plenty of game modes, monkeys

Adventure mode is short, alternate control schemes not terribly useful, extra levels feel tacked on, those stupid bees

Brandon Cackowski-Schnell is a regular contributor to GameShark and is the cohost of Jumping the Shark , GameShark.com's official podcast. He also writes for the blog The Nut and the Feisty Weasel .

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And Yet It Moves Review

 

Previously, on "As the World Turns"...

Innovative concept; Simple and fun to play; The credits are awesome

Short; Wii controls make it too easy

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And Yet It Moves [WiiWare]

 

And Yet It Moves from Broken Rules is a clever platform puzzle game that will have you twisting your head, Wii controller, and brain in 360 degrees. Your head can do that, right?

And Yet It Moves from Broken Rules is a clever platform puzzle game that will have you twisting your head, Wii controller, and brain in 360 degrees. Your head can do that, right? At its core, AYIM is a platformer. Where it gets interesting is many...

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And Yet It Moves

 

What's It All About:

Though it began life as a PC game,And Yet it Moves is yet another game that shows just what's so entertaining about the Wii, as it takes the innovative and engaging concept of the game, turning the world around your character, and uses the Wii's...

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And Yet It Moves Review

 

In Soviet Russia Platform Jumps YOU!

Watching fire change its behavior because you redefined "up

Watching your body break apart for the 58th time

Most people will probably look at And Yet It Moves as a cool indie WiiWare title (also available on PC and ?gasp!?Mac), and form the perspective that it's a great head-scratching puzzler/platformer. However, look just a little deeper, and you?ll find a...

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And Yet It Moves

 

Family Friendly Gaming |

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And Yet It Moves

 

Puzzle/platforming has received some nice shots in the arm this gen with Braid, Trine, and LIMBO. Now, Wii fans have something new that represents the genre proudly and multi-console owners yearning for something new after conquering LIMBO will also...

If you've already played the PC version, then I'm not sure if the additional three levels and Wii control setup will be enough to sway you to double dip, but for those who mainly stick to console play and haven't, and love the genre, definitely pick...

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And Yet It Moves

 

In recent years it has become far easier for independent game developers to break into the market with their creations. Be it via Steam on PCs, Microsoft's Xbox Live Arcade/Indie Games, Sony's PlayStation Network, Nintendo's WiiWare and DSiWare (and,...

An impressive debut from Broken Rules, who have taken their own name literally by screwing up the rule book and trying something a little different within an established genre. The gamble pays off: with a friendly concept, striking art, and...

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And Yet It Moves

 

It's not often that the phrase ‘cut-and-paste' can be used to compliment a game's visuals, but with mind-bending platformer And Yet It Moves this is absolutely the case – the games graphics, you see, are made almost entirely from torn sheets of paper,...

And Yet It Moves offers both style and substance – when you’re not gawping at the visual insanity that’s gracing your TV screen or soaking up the twitchy, shuffling electro soundtrack, you’re wracking your brain on how to overcome the next obstacle,...

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