Surprise! William Chyr’s first-person puzzle game, Manifold Garden, is coming to PC and Apple platforms this week.
Game developer William Chyr has confirmed that the long-awaited Manifold Garden will be released on October 18, 2019. That’s tomorrow, calendar fans!
The game will debut on PC via the Epic Games Store and is priced at $19.99. It will also be available on Mac, iOS and tvOS through the Apple Arcade games subscription service. A Steam release is planned for next year and a PlayStation 4 version is also in the works.
Manifold Garden features a startling Escher-esque world of architecture and geometry populated by mind-bending physics and gravity-manipulation puzzles. Visually, it’s really quite something, as the game’s new trailer shows.
Chyr started work on the game seven years ago. It certainly appears worth the wait and looks to be another good get by the Epic Games Store and Apple’s impressive squad of game scouts.
We also recommend visiting Manifold Garden’s official website for a cute nod to the game’s concepts. Keep scrolling.
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