Mac lovers have often times been known for their affinity for all things visual. The Apple computing platform itself has long been the standard for art driven programs, preferred by artists and educators the world over. But games for the platform are only recently growing in popularity. This week Mac will get another feather in its cap, in the form of the M.C. Escher-esque puzzler, The Bridge.
Released in 2013 by a two-man development team known as The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild, The Bridge won the hearts and minds of the gaming community with it's mind-bending gameplay and unique visual style. They call it Isaac Newton meets M.C. Escher, and after seeing the release trailer I can see why. This game completely missed my noticed when it was released, but now that it's getting a new audience on Steam I think I will check it out. Granted, physics and perspective aren't necessarily my forte, which is why I'm a writer and not a scientist.
The Bridge is currently available for Windows PC and Xbox Live Arcade, and will be available for Mac and Linux via Steam on Friday, May 16th for $9.99. Hit the jump to watch the launch trailer, then cross on over to their site and order your copy of the game.