Gaming Nexus writes: "Supposedly, during his historic trial before the Catholic Church, the pioneering scientist Galileo Galilei muttered “and yet it moves” under his breath when the Church insisted that the Earth was a solitary object. The story is considered by historians to be mostly apocryphal but it does make for a badass retort, and fits Galileo’s defiant personality perfectly. It’s also a perfect name for Broken Rules’ indie platformer. And Yet it Moves the game has, at first blush, little to do with the legendary Italian astronomer. However, like its spiritual sibling Braid, there’s more going on beneath the surface of this game."