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The Brief: Influx - Pixels For Breakfast

Pixels for Breakfast writes: Hopefully you have already purchased the latest in the line of Aussie made games, the ball rolling puzzler Influx by Impromptu Games. Combining Portal-like puzzle solving with third-person exploring, Influx was a member of the indie darlings at PAX Australia last month, and I was lucky enough to get some hands on time with it. Not lucky to be one of the few to play it, per se (in fact, many many people young and old did, which was great to see), but lucky to get a chance to try it mere days before its launch on GOG. Otherwise, it may have skipped right past me, which would have been a real shame. (InFlux, PC)

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