Goldbergian Space Puzzler Nebulous Set to Blast Off on PC, PS4, and Oculus Rift

Commander Dash Johnson has been sucked into a wormhole transporting him to a galaxy filled with deadly puzzles. Before dropping the good Commander and letting gravity carry him where it will, you will need to plot out a course of conveyor belts, gravitational machines, bounce pads, turn pipes, switches, and other contraptions to help make sure he reaches the exit safely.

It should come as no surprise that Nebulous, this new indie game of science fiction puzzle solving starring the aforementioned Commander Johnson, was heavily inspired by the work of Rube Goldberg, as well as the classic The Incredible Machine series and even the Mouse Trap board game.

Made by indie studio Namazu Studios, Nebulous is coming first to PC sometime during Q2 2015. Oculus Rift and PlayStation 4 versions will then follow later on down the road. If you’d like to see the game on Steam, give it your approval via Steam Greenlight.

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