The beautiful puzzle game -- out now for iOS devices -- is a visual expedition through bending perspectives and restrained artistic splendor that's as playful as it is haunting.
Call it a stairway to heaven. A towering temporary installation now on display in front of London's Tate Modern is made up of a series of interlocking staircases that veer left and right.
What happens when you combine "Star Wars" and M.C. Escher's crazy staircases into a Lego diorama? Geek heaven.
Four balls appear to roll uphill in an uncanny creation by Japanese researcher Kokichi Sugihara. The prize-winning illusion is one of many examples of what Sugihara calls "impossible motion."
The 1980s physics classic is revisited 28 years later.
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With jaw-dropping artistic level design and challenges people of all ages can enjoy, Monument Valley is well worth your money.
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Two Norwegian artists create a giant glowing light sculpture and take it on a road trip through regions that get little or no sun in winter.
Lego bricks first arrived in Australia 50 years ago. They seem to have gotten bigger in the intervening decades. A life-size Lego forest recently popped up in the Outback.
Satisfy your bricktitis with this official virtual Lego playset compatible with most modern Web browsers.