I wish Steam would let you rate games from 1 to 10 or something like that instead of the simple yes\no. To this game I'd have given 5-6 out of 10, yet (or therefore) I decided not to recommend the game and not even finish it...
And Yet It Moves is a normal platformer with a twist which makes it quiet interesting and challanging - you're not simply moving your character but also rotating the world around in and affecting some other objects as well that way. Despite the interesting idea the game still felt somewhat sparse and lacking for me.
At first the game pretty much flows but on more advanced levels you may find yourself a bit stuck like I did. Which means that the game is challanging, of course, but when I quit the feeling like I'm playing for ages and saw I've only played 72 minutes IN TOTAL, I realized something's just not right.
The game seems pretty short (I think I've finished about half of the levels in those 72 minutes) and yet sometimes is challanging, and requires skill and patience. Which I usually have, but on this one it just felt like it's not worth it.
While it is kinda interesting, as I already said, it still ended up feeling like an ordinary platformer for me, without too much content beyond the 'platforming'.
The graphics are very special but everything you see got a little repetitive in my opinion.
There's no music at all, barely any sounds, which could add a lot.
Story doesn't exist.
There are additional gameplay modes which I didn't spend too much time on because I didn't enjoy that much the 'regular' mode.
I can't help but feeling a bit bad about writing these things and abandoning the game, because I can't say it's bad, and I this it is very original and has interesting ideas. But it still didn't get me finish the game, although it is so short. So short, that I'm not even sure whether it should cost those 10 bucks.
I guess some people would really like that, but personally I think this game could be way better.