Haven't you always wanted to turn a line about a point? And if not, what's wrong with you?
Turning Point is none, one, some or all of the following:
(a) A game about a flower who has lost his or her companions and wishes to be reunited with them
(b) A game about a flower who has lost his or her petals and is trying to find them
(c) A game about solving puzzles to get from here to there
(d) A game about learning tricks and techniques to acquire the skills to navigate obstacles with grace and cunning
(e) A landmark investigation into the myriad possibilities raised by turning a line about a point under certain fixed physical conditions.
It's one of those games where a simple concept turns out to have a surprising number of intriguing consequences.
There are over 50 challenges to complete, and over 20 things to collect for additional challenge.
The game has an open structure, so if you're stumped by a challenge you can try elsewhere and return to the challenge that was stumping you at a later time.
Also, and this is of the utmost importance, some bright spark decided to play classical / acoustic guitar for you while you carry out none, one, some or all of the above activities, which means this landmark investigation can be enjoyed even when you're frustrated at not being able to do none, one, some or all of your current preoccupation.
Because you have never played a game like this before, it is perfectly understandable that you might be a tad concerned that it might just be a bit rubbish. So what we done yeh, was put a free demo of the game online here:
The demo includes about half the full game, but is mostly just the easy stuff to give you a taste of how the game plays. If you like the easy stuff and want the harder stuff, please consider purchasing the full landmark investigation.