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  • Summary: Paradox Vector is an old school first person shooter set in a different dimension. Inspired by the vector graphics games of the early 80's and the impossible geometry of M.C. Escher, Paradox Vector offers a unique look and fast paced action.
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  1. Feb 5, 2020
    While meddling with the linearity of reality is hardly new for first person games, what I love about how Paradox Vector delivers its impossible corridors is the speed. Normally when exploring corners to find real life is looping impossibly, that you’ve taken five right-angled right turnss and appeared somewhere else, it’s done with a pace that ensures you take it all in. Here you’re zipping about almost (but not quite) as fast an old-school FPS, and realising your shredding of the Euclid’s surviving texts as you zip on by.