Fragments of Euclid is a mind bending first person puzzle adventure in which you attempt to navigate an Escher-esque labyrinth that’s packed full of non-Euclidean visual trickery and cleverly crafted puzzles.
In Fragments of Euclid you explore a maze in which there’s no such thing as up and down. The Escher-esque labyrinth that you find yourself in is broken into a series of areas that are self contained puzzles that can really challenge your spacial awareness. As well as looking very cool, the array of impossible staircases are actually a means of moving around the level – as nearly every time you walk through a door you end up walking on the floor or ceiling of the room you’ve just left. This makes for some wonderfully inventive and mind melting puzzle design in which you really have to alter the way you think about space.
Taking around 45 minutes to complete, Fragments of Euclid is a masterful fusion of beautiful visual design and mind bending puzzle design that we highly recommend checking out. An incredible place to get lost in.
Controls: WASD – Movement, Mouse – Look
Available On: Windows, Mac & Linux