The Bridge brings M.C. Escher influenced puzzles to Steam

The Bridge, a 2D logic puzzle that combines physics with an art style reminiscent of the lithographic art pf M.C. Escher, is now out on Steam.

The indie title developed by Ty Taylor and Mario Castaneda features hand-drawn, black-and-white art that make up the Escher-like puzzle worlds filled with impossible architecture. The game includes 48 puzzle stages related to gravity manipulation and parallel dimensions, while an alternate version of the game can also be unlocked after finishing the main storyline, and includes an alternate version of each of the 24 main puzzles as well as an alternate ending.

The Bridge can be purchased for $14.99, and is also available directly from the developer.

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