It seems that you're using an outdated browser. Some things may not work as they should (or don't work at all).
We suggest you upgrade newer and better browser like: Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or Opera

×
Welcome to relativity! Get your complimentary fez.

FEZ,an original, incredibly deep perspective-twisting puzzle-platformer with countless awesome stages to explore, is available 10% off for pre-order on GOG.com. That's only $8.99 until Wednesday, May 1, at 9:59AM GMT, when we expect the game to arrive.

A unique title like FEZ demands we did something special. This is why we decided to start a little weird contest, so you get the chance to Win a fez to play FEZ in a fez! That's right! We're giving away 20 FEZ fezes to people who pre-order the game. The game's puzzles are highly complicated, challenging, original, and complex, so we decided to keep the contest rules as plain, simple, and uninspired as possible. Here's what you need to do:

1. Pre-order FEZ here for only $8.99: www.gog.com/gamecard/fez
2. Write to contest@gog.com and tell us why you should win a fez
3. Profit: win one of the 20 awesome fezes to give away! (We'll start shipping them worldwide on May 1st, so that's the deadline for submissions.)

See the fez here.

FEZ is a puzzle-platformer like no other. First of all, its gameplay mechanics come with a perspective-changing twist, that make every stage of the game not one, but four 2D landscapes. You'll have to use that to your advantage and figure out how to make seemingly impossible jumps. That's just scratching the surface, though. There's no telling just how many complex and original puzzles have been hidden in the world of FEZ. That might be the first game in quite some time, that will make you take notes while you play, so you can crack some of the game's secrets and understand its strange languages. There's so many layers and levels to the world you'll be exploring, that you probably won't see the half of it at your first playthrough! Pair that with incredibly diverse level-design, and charming pixel-art (ummm... sorry, trixel-art) graphics, and what you get is one of the most remarkable titles of our time. Be sure not to miss it!

Pre-order FEZ today to enjoy its mind-bending perspective-twisting charm at 10% discount! Remember, the pre-order offer lasts until Wednesday, May 1, at 9:59AM GMT
Post edited April 22, 2013 by G-Doc
Will we also be able to pre-order Don't Starve? Or only get it at release?
One whole dollar, that's an irresistible pre-order offer.
This is one of better indie release.
high rated
How is this being released for PC? Aren't they only for spreadsheets?
I was looking forward to this one but I will just have to wishlist it for now.
Post edited April 22, 2013 by assassin33
I am not a big fan of pixelated graphics in games, but the gameplay concept is surely very interesting here. I guess I will be waiting for a nice promo to get it. Great realease GOG!
YES!!!
I am definitely interested in this game and I will surely buy it ….. someday.
Here is a nice review of Fez by Mike Matei from Cinemassacre.com.

http://cinemassacre.com/2012/12/09/fez-xbox-live-arcade-review/
high rated
Not even a "i was rude and wrong, i'm sorry" letter in the extras? Meh. I'll stick to Excel.
avatar
JMich: Will we also be able to pre-order Don't Starve? Or only get it at release?
Given that Don't Starve will be released tomorrow, making a pre-order for it now doesn't really make sense.
avatar
JMich: Will we also be able to pre-order Don't Starve? Or only get it at release?
avatar
Wishbone: Given that Don't Starve will be released tomorrow, making a pre-order for it now doesn't really make sense.
True, it is tomorrow. Time does fly, doesn't it?
avatar
Alexrd: How is this being released for PC? Aren't they only for spreadsheets?
LOL, that's what i wanted to say. I don't like Phil Fish as a person, but as a game developer it's pretty awesome
I nearly thought that was hello kitty up there, as the main caricature!
Hehe, just noticed this in the game description: Use your ability to navigate 3D structures from 4 distinct classic 2D perspectives.

Am I right in assuming that the 4 distinct classic 2D perspectives are side-scrolling, side-scrolling, side-scrolling and side-scrolling? :-D