Beautiful hand-drawn graphic.
Stunning Escher-like penciled artwork.
Puzzles are challenging, but satisfying.
Mirror mode offers worthwhile replayability.
Concept and art style fun, but not entirely original.
May cause epic rage-quits for some.
Some puzzles are overly focused on trial and error.
Protagonist movement and level tilting are a little too slow.
By New Game Network on April 07, 2013
The Bridge isn't bad, but it purports to be more than it can offer. Its depth of meaning never manifests, and the true illusion of its M.C. Escher-inspired environments is that the perspective twists are largely superficial. The variety that it...50
By ActionTrip on April 02, 2013
The Bridge has achievements too, but they're neatly tucked away in the menu and you won't care about them anyway. In this game, the satisfaction of progressing without outside help is the only thing you'll ever want. I hope you'll give it a try.88
By NowGamer on March 22, 2013
There's enough new - even outside of is sombre atmosphere and unique art style - to make The Bridge an entertaining puzzle game.80
By EveryEye IT on March 20, 2013
The Bridge ha raccolto svariati premi e applausi all’interno della comunità degli sviluppatori indipendenti ma è arrivato sul mercato in sordina, in silenzio e senza fare troppo chiasso.90
By Sydney Morning Herald on March 18, 2013
DateMarch 19, 2013 - 3:46AM (0) Read later I'm trying something new on Tuesdays, a kind of indie follow-up to Jason Hill's traditional Monday review. So many excellent studio-made games have been coming out recently that I have amassed...-
By Destructoid on March 07, 2013
A hallmark of excellence. There may be flaws, but they are negligible and won't cause massive damage to what is a supreme title.90
By Canadian Online Gamers on March 05, 2013
But at its best, it offers up a handful of unique puzzles that can appeal to both genre enthusiasts and newcomers. The main draw lies in the arresting visuals and mind-bending levels, but this short, and sometimes tantrum-inducing collection of puzzles is worth a recommendation for those who are looking to bridge the gap between thought and entertainment.75
By GameSpot on March 01, 2013
The core gameplay may be short, but The Bridge makes good use of that time by presenting a commendable variety of puzzles, and it's an easy recommendation for players seeking to span the bridge between fun and thought.75
By GamingTrend on March 01, 2013
The Bridge manages to avoid crossing that fine line between challenging and frustrating, making you work to solve each puzzle without wanting to break your keyboard in the process. It’s an enjoyable experience that encourages you to think differently, and then rewards you for doing so.81
By EuroGamer on March 01, 2013
The Bridge ultimately feels like a truncated compilation of iconic motifs rather than a fully-fledged experience in its own right. If it were deeper, more substantial or just more confident in exploring its ideas, then The Bridge might have earned a place alongside the titles it idolises rather than following in their shadow.60