The Bridge is a fascinating puzzle game that puts players in the middle of Maurits Cornelis Escher-inspired architecture and tasks them with getting out through a door. But as with Escher's art, any sense of simplicity belies the thoroughly ingenious devising of the rooms. Recently we had the pleasure of an email interview with none other than The Bridge's co-creator, Ty Taylor. Read on to find out the background and building of The Bridge! XboxOneUK: To start, I'd like to ask a little about yourself. You studied for a Master of Science degree in Computer Science, during which time you started The Bridge, but did you ... Read More »
'Stars', M. C. Escher Maurits Cornelis Escher was a Dutch artist, born in 1898, who through various mediums created, amongst other things, mesmerising images of the impossible. A waterfall that's its own source; stairs which lead nowhere and everywhere; straight ladders that curve; all achieved through mastery of geometry and perspective. He also made a wood engraving of two chameleons trapped inside a star, but we've all had days like that. Sir Isaac Newton was an English physicist and mathematician, born in 1642, who is credited with the discovery of Gravity. We're reliably informed Gravity existed before Newton discovered it, ... Read More »
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