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A round world is scientifically ridiculous, of course, but a cube floating in air? You just might find a great scientific secret. Don't be too square to give it a try!
39th Place - 23rd Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2017)
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This is one of my favorite Andrew Schultz games. It has you in a world where pseudoscience is real and real science is pseudoscience.
You play on a giant colored cube, and have to manipulate some transponders using a mood ring.
There's a second puzzle later that I did have trouble with, but overall, I liked the concept, and the game.
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