As reported last week, the new levels come via the impossible puzzle game’s first expansion, titled “Forgotten Shores.” All eight of them are inserted between the penultimate and final levels of the game’s original 10-level narrative.
Check out this video to take a sneak peek into Forgotten Shores, which, as noted by developer Ustwo, introduces new architectural styles and landscapes:
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Monument Valley is available as a $3.99 universal iOS download from the App Store. Forgotten Shores is available via a $1.99 in-app purchase.
Released in April and topping 1 million downloads in July, Monument Valley has been deservedly enjoying a great deal of accolades, including an Apple Design Award and an AppAdvice Game of the Week distinction. In our original review, it’s hailed as “a stunningly beautiful puzzle game where architecture knows no bounds and defies all laws of physics and logic.”
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