First-person recursive puzzle game Maquette announced for PC

Set in a world "where every building, plant, and object are simultaneously tiny and staggeringly huge."

Maquette

Publisher Annapurna Interactive and developer Graceful Decay have announced Maquette, a new first-person recursive puzzle game coming to PC via Steam.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

Maquette is a first-person recursive puzzle game that takes you into a world where every building, plant, and object are simultaneously tiny and staggeringly huge. Maquette makes it possible by twisting the world into itself recursively in an MC Escher-esque fashion.

Head to the center of the world and you’ll feel like a giant, towering over buildings and walls. But venture further out, and start to feel small as things get larger and larger—to the point where cracks in the ground become chasms.

In Maquette you will explore the scales of everyday problems in a modern-day love story. Where sometimes the smallest of issues can become insurmountable obstacles.

Maquette will be playable at the Annapurna Interactive booth at PAX East 2020, which runs from February 27 to March 1 at the Boston Convention Center.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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