Antichamber Gets A Release Date, Prepare To Have Your Mind Twisted

Antichamber has finally gotten a release date on Steam after being teased for close to a year. The game, in case you were wondering, is set in four dimensions and is designed to mess with your sense of space. We featured Antichamber in an indie game round-up forever and a day ago when it as presented at GDC 2012.

Machinima called it an “Escher-like mindfuck” and they aren’t wrong. Our very own Ben Richardson called the game a “particularly horrible drug experience” with an aesthetic simultaneously bleak and wildly colorful. Just watch the video below to get a small taste of what the first-person game has to offer.

As a first person puzzle game, you’ll be armed with a Portal-style gun that allows you to collect colored pixels which, in turn, can be used to interact with the environment.

After a series of delays, the game’s finally been set for a January 31 release on Steam, where it’ll be available for the PC.

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