Anomaly 1729

Come explore the world of Phiohm, where up can be down, left can be right, and the way forward is never what it seems.

Rotate your world

Anomaly 1729 is Anvil Drop's debut title, a puzzle platformer currently under development and powered by Unreal Engine 4 technology.

  • Experiment with Ano’s ability to manipulate objects around you while trying to find your path through this unusual place.
  • Rotate your world in order to solve mind-warping three-dimensional puzzles.
  • Explore the depths of Phiohm to uncover the secrets of its past while you shape its future.
  • Experience a uniquely dynamic soundtrack that builds upon itself as you explore your way through Phiohm.
  • Feast your eyes on a strikingly abstract and colorful art style.
  • Powered by Unreal Engine

Teaser Trailer

Freshly equipped with Unreal Engine 4 technology, Ano and the alien world of Anomaly 1729 look even better than ever.

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Developer Diary #1

Donald Young, Design Director of Anvil Drop, provides an extensive look into one of the later levels of the game; explaining the ideologies behind what makes the level design of Anomaly 1729 so unique and engaging.

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Developer Diary #2

In this follow-up developer diary, Design Director Donald Young showcases the introductory chapter of Anomaly 1729, which serves to help newcomers become better acquainted with the game's sophisticated puzzle mechanics.

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Indie Statik

During out time at E3 2013, Anomaly 1729 (referred to by the codename C3) won Indie Statik's coveted 'Most Anticipated Indie Games of E3 2013' award.

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Destructoid

Spencer Hayes of Destructoid described Anomaly 1729 (previously developed under the codename C3) as "mind blowing" during our time at E3 2013.

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Game Informer

Whilst occupying the a portion of the IndieCade booth at E3 2013, we were able to attract the attention of the enormously well-respected Game Informer.

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Flesh Eating Zipper

Anomaly 1729 was able to grab the attention of The Flesh Eating Zipper whilst at E3 2013, thanks to the game's "interesting puzzles" and "head-scratching action."

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Game Front

Game Informer found our E3 2013 demo to be "impressive," and couldn't help but comment of Anomaly 1729's unique world rotating mechanics as being, "cool."

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IndieCade

Leading up to E3 2013, we were able to talk about Anomaly 1729 with the gang over at IndieCade, and reveal some of the history behind the company and our upcoming debut title.

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