Posted by Caitlyn Muncy on Feb 25, 2013

The Bridge: A Puzle Game In The World Of M.C. Escher

The works of M.C. Escher are beautiful, entrancing, and a tad confusing at times. If you’ve seen this work, then you know how much fruitless time you can spend trying to figure out which way is up and down. Can you imagine a game running in the same vein that would challenge your preconceptions of physics and perspective?

The Bridge is a 2D logic puzzle game that will definitely put your mind to work. You’ll have to work your way through increasingly difficult worlds that are all hand-drawn in black and white. There are 48 puzzles in all that will have you dealing with gravity manipulations, gravitational vortexes, parallel dimensions, and more.

There is even a factor of re-playability, as beating the game will unlock an alternate version of the game. You won’t have to worry about messing up too badly, as there is a time-backtracking system. This will cost you about $15, and if nothing else will be some confusingly fun eyecandy.

Written by Caitlyn Muncy

Raised in a Podunk town in southern Indiana, Caitlyn had an appetite for games at a young age, growing up with SNES, PlayStation consoles, a Gameboy, and a PC. She has branched out into several different fields of art, music, and journalistic endeavors. Apart from being parent to Darth Giblet the hamster, she is currently attending Indiana University for Fine Arts. You can follow her on Twitter.

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