TorqueL is a 2D action platformer where the player must move and manipulate a cube to progress using a fun QWOP-like control scheme that makes various colored protuberances jut out to aid (or quite ofter impede) your progress.
Coming to PS4, PS Vita and PC, TorqueL has a rather odd and enjoyable QWOP-like control scheme, that allows you to roll your character using the arrow keys as normal, but also extend out ‘arms’ using the WASD keys. This takes a bit of getting used to as the average human brain isn’t wired to cope with both controls at the same time, making for a fun and rather perplexing experience.
The Prototype features the original 10 stages, plus an extra 5 stages developed for E3, and also a secret goal hidden within the game. This is very much a work in progress, and we’d expect a bit of a graphical overhaul for the final release, but the gameplay is great fun – with it’s odd control scheme making for a wonderfully unique platforming experience. A very quirky QWOP-like platformer (or QWOPformer is you prefer).
Download the TorqueL Prototype HERE (Steam)