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Submitted by Wiiloveit 996d ago | review

Review: The Bridge (DarkZero)

"The Bridge is a mind-bending, 2D, physics-based puzzle game that takes inspiration from the works of M. C. Escher and Isaac Newton in its level design. It was created by a team of just two students as a prototype for one of their university project requirements and they decided to continue further development after graduation, finally releasing a full-length indie title. It starts with your character (presumably Escher himself) asleep under a tree and has the player rocking the world back and forth, dropping an apple on his head to awaken him. That’s how you’re taught to use the main game mechanic - tilting the world’s gravity." (DarkZero) (PC, The Bridge) 7/10

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