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Friday, July 20, 2007
Application is a new web toy from Jun Fujiki, originator of the idea behind the upcoming PS3 and PSN puzzler named Echochrome. This particular creation is an attempt by the author to recreate a paradoxical environment best illustrated by M. C. Escher's lithograph print entitled Relativity.

The standard blocks, stairs and portals seen in Fujiki's works appear here as well. Robots can be placed on any side of the blocks and even on top of the wall or floor. Requires a browser capable of running Java applications.

Name: Application
Developer: Jun Fujiki
Category: Puzzle
Type: Browser


Blogger haowan said at 7/21/2007 12:02:00 PM:  
This crashed for me :( but seemed a fun toy that it would be interesting to play around with at a higher resolution.