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A world of mismatched platforms lies ahead of players in Brutalism, a game where players must shift the whole world, and the platforms that fill it, in order to safely make it to the end of each puzzling area.

Brutalism's nineteen worlds are all made up of individual rods that move up and down when the player wills them to, allowing them to find a way through a maze of shimmering obelisks. However, many of these objects are at varied heights, so players will need to examine how the entire area around them shifts as they move the obelisks around, making sure they have cleared a route for themselves and aren't getting lost in a maze. Brutalism does offer some tools that let players watch the entire area, though, so they ought to be able to find their way out.

Just don't lose your footing while watching the movement patterns of this electronic world, though. Even if you seem to be in control of the world, it can be a long fall.

Brutalism is available for $4.99 on Steam. For more information on the game and developer Stroboskop, you can head to the developer's site or follow them on YouTube and Twitter.