September 19th, 2012 | By Tom Christiansen
Currently in development by Impromptu Games, InFlux is a meditative exploration and puzzle solving game. InFlux features vast levels of natural and abstract environments to explore, and with the ability to recline in your chair and utilize an Xbox 360 controller while doing so, InFlux should be on your radar.
As a metalic ball which fell from the sky, InFlux has players rolling around a seemingly abandoned island, solving the puzzles found encased in mysterious cubes scattered across the island. With no story or driving force to speak of, this allows players to relax and take their time exploring the lush island, rolling and bouncing along, checking out every cave and mountaintop for another puzzle to solve.
The video above showcases the island portions of InFlux, where players will roll around and look for new puzzles. The second video (below) shows off what exactly are in those cubes scattered over the island. The impressive visuals are product of the Unreal Development Kit.
InFlux is Impromptu Games’ second title, and a departure from their tongue-in-cheek Vroom! which Impromptu developed and released last year. Currently in development for PC , Mac, and iOS devices, InFlux is due out around the end of the year.
Help bring InFlux to Steam by voting for it in Steam Greenlight, here. The feedback has been largely positive but they still need your vote.
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