Reset: a co-op single-player first-person puzzler

By Alice O'Connor, Feb 09, 2012 1:30pm PST

You can't judge a game by its graphics, of course, but the images accompanying today's announcement of Reset are so pretty they'll at least make you take notice. The "single player co-op first person puzzle game" by two-person Finnish indie studio Theory Interactive is in development for PC.

"The unique game mechanic in Reset is the ability to travel back in time to solve puzzles co-operatively, with yourself," Theory explains, which does sound a bit like The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom, Cursor*10, and that sort of thing.

It's built upon Theory's own tech, Praxis. These lovely images are said to be "unedited real time screenshots," though they would appear to be more in-engine posed cinematic shots.

No word on a release date yet. Thanks to Shacker 'SlamDunk' for spotting this.

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