Apple Arcade recently added yet another title to its massive library of games and it’s one of the trippiest games we’ve played.
Manifold Garden puts players in an Escheresque world where repeating geometry is used to make you question the very laws of physics. Your task is to solve puzzles to restore vegetation to the barren landscape. The weird geography makes you feel like you just took a high dose of LSD making all the puzzles that much harder.
Check out the trippy teaser:
Created by William Chyr Studio, Manifold Garden is available on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac starting today. If you don’t have an Apple Arcade account yet, Apple just came out with an annual subscription option that saves you almost $1 per month.
Apple Arcade launched on September 19, 2019 for $4.99 per month. The service offers over 100 games that can be played on iPhone and iPad with some also supported on Apple TV and Mac. New titles have been added on a nearly weekly basis giving gamers more quests, puzzles and action-packed adventures than you could possibly complete in a year.