February 24, 2013 12:00 PM | John Polson
"Isaac Newton meets M. C. Escher" is how Ty Taylor and Mario Castañeda describe their recently released, award-winning game The Bridge for Windows. Its puzzles require the player to rotate the room to get to the exit, while minding the creepy deadly balls, gravity manipulations, gravitational vortexes, parallel dimensions, and more.
All of the game's 48 puzzle-stages (and 24 alternative stages after beating the game) are works of art and should leave you with a "pronounced sense of intellectual accomplishment." In other words, The Bridge is going to break your brain.