If you don’t follow the intriguing world of video game designers then you might not recognize the name Kim Swift. However, if you are so inclined then you would recognize Ms. Swift as the creator of Valve’s uber-popular Portal.
She’s no longer with Valve, but that isn’t stopping Swift from creating more physics bending games. Her latest is the quirky, cartoon-esque Quantum Conundrum. Similar to Portal, the game is played in a first person perspective and involves changing the world with a tool of SCIENCE! Instead of ripping holes in the universe, the Interdimensional Shift Device (I.D.S.) changes the physical attributes of the world from reversing gravity to making everything fluffy and light.
For a better idea of what the gameplay entails, take a look at our hands on preview.
Quantum Condundrum is set to hit PCs starting June 21. PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions are forthcoming, but there’s no word on when they’ll drop save sometime in later in 2012.