Manifold Garden is a game that just loves to bend the rules of reality. You're able to walk on literally any surface and you'll certainly need to in order to unravel this game's strange three-dimensional puzzles.
Central to Manifold Garden is the idea of "growth" — the blocks you use to solve puzzles are quite literally the fruits of trees, and you'll spend a fair portion of your time trying to clear away some sort of otherworldly pollution.
You are, in a sense, the gardener of Manifold Garden — and it's high time to pull some weeds.
Explore a world of beautiful Escher-esque architecture where the laws of physics are different. Geometry repeats infinitely in every direction and falling down leads you back to where you started. Manipulate gravity to change your perspective and see the world in new ways. Master the rules of the universe and restore a barren world with vegetation and life.
In November 2012, William Chyr began working on Manifold Garden. Initially called Relativity, the game was inspired by the M.C. Escher print which depicts a world with multiple gravities. In early 2015, Manifold Garden was backed by Indie Fund. Over the course of its development, the game has been shown in over 20 game conventions and festivals, including E3, Tokyo Game Show, Gamercamp, and IndieCade East.
• An expansive and visually striking world filled with mind-bending puzzles.
• Manipulate gravity to gain new perspectives and walk on any visible surface.
• Experience space in new ways as you explore infinitely repeating Escher-esque architecture.