Latest ‘Quantum Conundrum’ Trailer is Also a Science Lesson

Quantum Conundrum Trailer

Quantum Conundrum, the upcoming first-person action/puzzle game from Airtight Games (and designed by Kim Swift, one of the lead designers who gave the world the amazingness that is Portal) has a new trailer out today that will give you a very sciencey lesson about time and physics.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMk-iVbA_0g

It’s SCIENCE!

There’s a Dimension for That…

In Quantum Conundrum, you’ll play as a 12-year old boy visiting the mansion laboratory of your eccentric mad scientist uncle–Professor Fitz Quadwrangle–who disappears after an explosion. You then discover a special glove called an Interdimensional Shift Device (or IDS) that has the power to change dimensions, which you’ll use to solve physics puzzles and figure out what happened to your Uncle.

The game will be out sometime this summer, though an official release date hasn’t been set yet.

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