Students at Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Center are developing a "First Person Puzzle" game built around forced perspective. The demo is really trippy.
The team of students, which calls itself Pillow Castle Games, says this is a proof-of-concept demo. It's impressively creative.
"We are deep in development of the game itself—this tech demo is fairly old," said Pillow Castle on Reddit last night. "Unfortunately we can't talk about the future experience quite yet."
Tech Demo for Pillow Castle's First Person Puzzler [Pillow Castle@YouTube via Reddit via Eurogamer]
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