Great to see this posted in the news!
The gameplay in AYIM reminds me of Jumpman (also available for Linux), but I don't know who was first with the whole rotate-the-environment-around-you thing?
Phoronix: "And Yet It Moves" Game Released For Linux
For those too impatient to wait for next month for a new native Linux game release when Amnesia: The Dark Descent is set to premiere, there is another game with a native Linux client that was released today: And Yet It Moves...
Wow, seems interesting. Sure the people that got the idea to move the maps like that, where on drugs.
Intriguing, but may cause a headache..
Not that rotating the world is a new idea (it's used in some oldish Flash games at least) but looks cool anyhow.
I can confirm that it works, both demo and full version (I enjoyed the demo a lot and I felt like supporting an indie developer). Running 64-bit version on an Athlon64 x2 5000+ with 2GB DDR2 800MHz RAM and a Gigabyte GeForce GTX 460. Distribution: Arch Linux x86_64.
i see 60% of linux users use 64bit