The National Library of Geometric Impossibilities is a fun little first person puzzler that sees you navigating impossible spaces and solving puzzles as you attempt to return books to their rightful place in a very complicated library.
You have just started your new job at The National Library of Geometric Impossibilities and have been tasked with replacing a few returned books to their proper places in the library. This is a fairly simple procedure for the first couple of books, but soon you have to venture into the more complex areas of the library, full on impossible non-euclidean spaces and puzzles to solve.
The National Library of Geometric Impossibilities takes around 15 minutes to play through and really impresses with its creative puzzle design and impossible architecture. It seems that this isn’t the most user-friendly library, with labyrinthine passageways and areas locked behind passcode-secured doors, but it’s a lot of fun to try to navigate. A library book adventure well worth checking out.