And Yet It Moves
And Yet It Moves is an indie puzzle platform game published and developed by Broken Rules.
And Yet It Moves is an award-winning physics-based platform game in which players rotate the game world at will to solve challenging puzzles. Tilting the world turns walls into floors, slides into platforms, and stacks of rocks into dangerous hazards.
Players navigate through a paper collage world created with colorful pieces of cardboard and set to distinctive music. With four different environments and unlockable modes, And Yet It Moves is a platformer that will provide gamers with endless challenges.
- Advanced platforming: Not only can you jump and run, but you can rotate the world in 90 degree intervals, as well.
- 17 levels with a unique look & feel: Mind-bending puzzles set in an extraordinary paper collage world, with three different environments, enriched and brought to life with handmade sounds and music.
- Speed Run mode: You can compete against the clock of previously recorded Ghost Runs on each level, with marathon runs throughout the entire environment.
You can play the free demo of And Yet It Moves for the US powered by OnLive.
You can play the free demo of And Yet It Moves for the UK powered by OnLive.
Painkiller: Black Edition
Painkiller: Black Edition is a first-person shooter game published by Nordic Games and developed by People Can Fly. That's the same developer that made Bulletstorm for Epic. As part of the OnLive UK launch last September, OnLive has announced that they will bring Epic's Bulletstorm to OnLive gamers, but the game still hasn't materialized, which is most likely because of the publisher of the game, EA. EA is partnered with OnLive, but still hasn't released any games on OnLive.
You play as Daniel Garner, a seemingly regular guy who has just been killed in a horrific car accident. Trapped in a dark and unwelcoming world between heaven and hell, you're struggling to uncover the reasons why you've been denied entry into heaven. Awaiting your purification, you must fight through a seemingly endless number of demon soldiers as you attempt to stop an imminent unholy war.
Painkiller: Black Edition includes the expansion pack Painkiller: Battle out of Hell, featuring 10 additional single-player levels and many new villains.
- Graphics: The game uses the proprietary PAIN Engine capable of pumping out a high polygon count, while adding increased texture quality and some neat lighting and shadowing techniques.
- Combo weapons: All weapons come in pairs, with a primary and secondary fire.
- Morphing: Your unholy pact gives you the power to morph into a powerful possessed creature with every 66 souls collected.
- Lasting replay value: Painkiller features a standard single player campaign, with additional modes to encourage replay.
- Physics Engine: Painkiller employs the Havok 2.0 physics engine, allowing for inverse kinematics ("rag-doll physics") and deformable, interactive environments.
Sadly, as has become customary for PlayPack games, OnLive hasn't implemented multiplayer for the game.
You can play the free demo of Painkiller: Black Edition for the US powered by OnLive.
You can play the free demo of Painkiller: Black Edition for the UK powered by OnLive.