Trick Art Dungeon screenshot of a deceptive mirror

Trick Art Dungeon is a newly announced puzzle-adventure that likes to play around with perspective and expectations. What this means in gameplay terms is that you can complete a painting of a shark in order for it to spring to life and dig straight through the floor, use a reflection in order to walk across pathways that simply don't exist, change your perspective in order to create a gap where there once was a solid wall, and the list of similarly bizarre examples goes on for a while.

There is simply no way for me to explain this through words alone, at least not in a way that leaves you less confused than before, so allow me to instead share with you the recently posted announcement trailer. Its not very long, but it will give you a pretty good idea of what to expect from Trick Art Dungeon. Have a look:


Trick Art Dungeon has only just been announced, and as such I'm afraid there is simply not a shred of extra information to be found anywhere online. I can't even tell you the platforms it will be releasing on, let alone the expected launch date!

What I can tell you, however, is that you should head over to the the official Facebook page if you would like to follow Trick Art Dungeon's progress moving forward. And since I can offer you very little else, allow me to send you off with a couple of rather intriguing and slightly terrifiyng images:

Trick Art Dungeon screenshot of a gigantic spider

Trick Art Dungeon screenshot of a giant snake

Trick Art Dungeon screenshot of Anubis chasing our player