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I got brain****ed while playing this game. It was the best brain**** I have ever had. Love it.

This game was so AMAZING!!

I'm looking forward to play the next chapter of this history ;)

Thank you so much for developping this game ! It's my favorite

oh my god this game is so so so fun!!!! It's not too challenging, but still really really great game, 100%, 5/5 plain ol' good.

I just finished this game and it was AMAZING. I really hope that a sequel is developed in the future bc I would love to play it. :)

Sorry for a newbie's question, but how on earth can you turn around? I have keyboard and keypad only and with the keys I can move or jump only, not turn.

The game is mainly playable using the mouse to turn the camera. You can also use a gamepad (the left stick). Sorry for the inconvenience. If you have a special reason for not being able to play with mouse or gamepad, let me know and I may make you a special version with full keyboard mapping.

It works! Somehow I managed to not get the touchpad to work but now it's all good. Thank you.

Nice ! I'm glad you made it work !

This was extremely awesome. I love the physics and I can't wait for the continuation of the story. I even have a suggestion if that's alright. You could use the redirection of lasers to activate doors instead of just buttons and cubes. :-)

Thank you for your kind words. I also think that redirecting lasers through portals could be a great idea !

Overall I found this quite brilliant. I'd love to see a sequel or full length game at some point.

Last episode which covers the final puzzles!

Beat the game in about an hour of exploration and trying to get out of bounds to outsmart areas. Great time playing and looking forward to more!

Can't rave about this game enough. Really beautifully done with the puzzles and perspective. I added it to my latest countdown at #1 (not a rank, just where it falls on the list)!

Thank you, I'm glad you liked the game ! Great video btw.

Thanks! Good luck with all your projects!

Taking a look at The Run and Meeting puzzles!

round of applause, this was so amazing, would definitely buy whatever comes next

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When running it on linux, the beam from the laser is not visible from the screen shot. Everything else works.

PS: Amazing Game!

Thank you ! There is some small bugs I need to fix on Linux, yes. What are you meaning by "from the screen shot" ?

The pictures on the game page.

Ok, I will take a look, thank you for the info!

It was the same for me.

htc vive maybe?


People are already kind of dizzy after playing for a while, so .... But I would be curious to see how it feels, being in that place in VR.

Once I figured the mechanics it got interesting. Waiting for the next one.

Best geam 15/5

This is absolutely crazy in the most positive way anyone could interpret.

Please don't ever stop developing nice things like this. This is why we have nice things.

Hey Your game is pretty kickass,

I'm working on a video project called time capsules focusing on game indie devs. It's similar to sending a message to your self in 50 years;

Only five questions for my documentary:

1. What feature in your game can the player not experience anywhere else?

2. What's the biggest personal obstacle you had to overcome in creating your game so far? (it could be super technical or anything else that you want to talk about)

3. Who helped you decide to become a game dev?

4. What feature of the game do you absolutely love that no one would probably ever find?

5. What do you believe video games mean to humanity?

First couple of episodes

if you have some game footage or even better developmental footage of errors or other stuff you'd like to show people who have never programmed a day in their life.

also best ways to contact you, and all social media you use because I'll be displaying those through out the episode.

I think if people dig the game and dig your story they might reach out for questions or colabs you really never know what can come of it.

do you think you'd be interested in being my guest?

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Very enjoyable game! In this video I cover the beginning of the game and the Lone Cube puzzle!

where is the secret place at the begining ? it's a fake, just for trolling the player ? XD

Loved the game! Really unique and fun! Although I was not able to get past the first "real challenge" I did record me playing this game and put it up on my youtube channel! I will be coming back to this game! Really enjoyed it nevertheless! Good job!

I really enjoy this game, its mind boggling but really really fun, good job creating this!

AMAZING GAME! I loved it all the way through, want to see MORE!

I really liked it! I can't wait to see more

Don't let the thumbnail fool you, this is Fragments of Euclid.
This game is an amazing puzzle platformer, but I mean if you want to see more just watch the video, maybe drop a like or sub while you're there ;)

Very good game, loved to puzzles and graphics, just needed more directions to follow

I thought the game was good, but with the lack of any direction or route to follow, I find myself becoming constantly lost and walking into blue gates everywhere. I might just have too little patience V(*-*)V Great game.

Enjoyed Antichamber and Portal/ Never played them but would enjoy journeying around some spatially special places? Then you should check out Fragments of Euclid!

A playthrough of ~ half the game is included below for your viewing pleasure:

Also if people are interested in this type of puzzler be sure to keep an eye out for Miegakure and Manifold Garden, which should both be coming out in the near future :)

first video I made of this

second one is this

had fun and wish for more in the future

I love this game! It looks so cool and handels well, even though you keep twisting and turning. It's such a good puzzle game with an amazing twist. I really hope you guys will make more games like this!

I saw Fragments of Euclid pop up on earlier this week, and it immediately cauught my attention because of the MC Esher style, and how you could tell that it messes with the player's perspective. I never expected it to be THIS involved and detailed. I only got tripped up at one point, but eventually I made it all the way through. I can't wait to see/play more! Thank you! I hope you enjoy the playthrough I recorded too! :)

Эта игра заставляет запутаться в пространстве!

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Covered this game on my game and thoroughly enjoyed it.

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I remember growing up and losing myself in M.C. Eshers' work. Now I get to walk around in it?? Unbelievable! Totally love this. Below you'll find the intro to my Fragments of Euclid series. I will be doing two more episodes.
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Great game!

My only irk is that all through the game it's telling me "DO NOT EXPLORE THE MAP! RESET!", and then, in credits, it's telling me "LOL m8 you didn't explore map enough to find the secret place!". (If I at least had Quick Save/Quick Load, like in Portal, I would consider finding it, but without it, I'm not going to subject myself in constant forced resets)

Yes you are quite right, it's definitely something I need to work on. It was difficult letting the player explore without cheating on the puzzle. Plus sometimes people would lost themselves by falling off the path, and would not have the reflex to reset manually.

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