Quantum Conundrum Previews - PC

Quantum Conundrum
Game Description:In Quantum Conundrum, players take on the role of a 12-year old nephew to the eccentric Professor Fitz Quadwrangle (Professor Q). Upon entering the Professor's vast, highly customized mansion, players quickly realize their uncle has gone missing. In order to find him, players will need to use an Inter-dimensional Shift Device, allowing them to manipulate space and objects. While on the journey, becoming adept at switching between dimensions will help them trek from one bizarre room to the next. It might sound easy enough, but it's a tall order for a 12-year old in a vast, kooky mansion! Once players start shifting between dimensions, they'll soon discover physics is on their side!
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    Quantum Conundrum Hands-on Preview from E3 2012 -- Time to Leave the Portals Behind

    This first-person puzzler from the creators of Portal looks to have a little ways to go to get out of its successor's shadow. Find out why in our latest hands-on preview from E3 2012.

    Posted: Jun 15, 2012

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    Official E3 Preview of Quantum Conondrum

    In this Quantum Conundrum E3 2012 preview, Scott Wade, concept artist at Airtight Games, walks us through some of the artistic influences in the upcoming first-person puzzler.

    Posted: Jun 8, 2012 | 1,342 Views | 02:34

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    Official E3 Preview of Quantum Conundrum

    The Quantum Conundrum E3 2012 preview with Creative Director Kim Swift shows us that getting dropped off at your uncle's house is far from boring!

    Posted: Jun 5, 2012 | 2,704 Views | 02:23

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    Quantum Conundrum Gameplay Preview


    Portal co-creator Kim Swift's current project is the first-person environmental puzzle-game-in-five-dimensions Quantum Conundrum, and she gives Blair Herter a sneak preview.

    Posted: Apr 4, 2012 | 1,536 Views | 02:18

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    Gameplay Preview of Quantum Conundrum

    X-Play's Blair Herter got a chance to enter the next dimension with Kim Swift, Creative Director at Airtight Games, to see a gameplay preview of Quantum Conundrum, a first-person action puzzle game that will bend your mind.

    Posted: Mar 29, 2012 | 3,838 Views | 03:44

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    Quantum Conundrum GDC 2012 Preview -- Hands-on with the Heavy Dimension

    Kim Swift and her quirky band of first-person puzzle designers give us our first hands-on look at Quantum Conundrum's "heavy" dimension.

    Posted: Mar 7, 2012

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    Quantum Conundrum Gameplay Preview


    Portal's Kim Swift revealed first details on new project Quantum Conundrum at PAX Prime 2011, and Morgan Webb was there to get the scoop from Kim herself on storyline, look, and 5 dimensions that include Normal, Fluffy, Slow Motion, and Reverse Gravity.

    Posted: Sep 7, 2011 | 3,940 Views | 02:20

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    Quantum Conundrum PAX 2011 Impressions -- Portal Co-Creator Bends Minds, Warms Hearts Again

    One part Portal, one part Professor Layton, this downloadable puzzler aims to make players think with dimensions the way they thought with portals in Kim Swift's previously beloved brain twisting effort. Can Swift and company strike gold again? We take our first look at the game to find out.

    Posted: Sep 7, 2011

  • Quantum Conundrum Video Review

    Posted: July 25, 2012

    2,464 Views | 02:20

  • Quantum Conundrum "Anti-gravity" Trailer

    Posted: July 17, 2012

    1,501 Views | 02:50

  • Quantum Conundrum Game Show: Slow-Mo Episode

    Posted: July 11, 2012

    634 Views | 03:08

  • Quantum Conundrum Game Show: Heavy Episode

    Posted: July 5, 2012

    607 Views | 03:13

  • Quantum Conundrum Game Mechanics Walkthrough From E3 2012

    Posted: June 15, 2012

    7,662 Views | 05:47


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