Ubuntu Software Center adds Braid

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on 7 June 2011

Braid is the newest addition to the Ubuntu Software Center. Braid is a really cool puzzle game where the player manipulates the flow of time to solve puzzles. Every puzzle in the game is unique. The puzzles give your mind a workout. The player is able to alter reality in the form of manipulation of time which is ingenious. Braid has received numerous accolades and is available on a number of platforms and installable from the Ubuntu Software Center directly.

Take a look at the Braid website and watch the trailer below! Then use this link to install it on your system and do provide a review once you’ve played it a bit!

http://vimeo.com/9150309

Keep watching…more to come!

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