IGN Theory of Everything is a physics puzzler that takes place in the year 2152.

The game uses physics to solve the puzzles, with the player controlling an AI character called The Theory of Nothing.

You play as a lone character in the game, attempting to solve a series of physics-based puzzles that are as different as the physics themselves.

The puzzles are simple enough that you might not be able to solve them all, but the AI character’s intelligence means that they will try to figure it out.

The first level is a simple game that lets you get used to the physics of the world.

The next level will require you to figure out the rules of a puzzle by solving it.

You’ll get a few more levels and the puzzle will become more complex as you progress through the levels.

In total, you’ll complete about 10 levels, with more coming as you unlock new areas.

The physics puzzles are pretty simple, but they are extremely challenging.

The player needs to be able not only to read the physics in order to figure things out, but also to apply those rules in the world around them.

The AI character will try and figure out which rules apply to which part of the game world.

For example, you might have to make sure that the rules don’t affect the player, but if they do, you have to work out how to get around them if necessary.

Each puzzle will have a set of rules that you need to figure that out, and you’ll have to remember them so that you can apply them later.

This is an incredibly challenging game, but I found that it was worth the effort.

I’m not sure I’d go so far as to say that this is the best physics puzzlers ever made, but it is pretty damn good, and it’s worth the $4.99 price tag.

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