Jonathan Whiting has developed an indie Flash game that’s kind of blowing my mind right now with its fantastic gameplay. Developed for Ludum Dare in just 48 hours, Craequ is an utterly addicting top-down puzzle game of sorts that has you rearranging puzzle pieces in rooms.
It’s a bit confusing at first, as you only have the arrow keys as your controls, but once you figure out where the puzzles are leading, you can’t help but sit back and marvel at how ridiculously clever Whiting was to develop something as deep as Craequ in just two days. I know I will never have that talent or ingenuity to accomplish such a task, so thanks Mr. Whiting for the bout of depression.
And the amazing game too, of course, but mostly depression. Play it here.
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