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Exclusive Screenshots of Tales from Space: Mutant Blogs Attack, New Vita Game from Drinkbox

Posted on Wednesday, August 24 @ 14:06:41 PST by

Our good friends at Drinkbox Studios will be debuting their latest game at PAX Prime this year, but they've been kind enough to give us the inside scoop on their project for Sony's PlayStation Vita. Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack may seem like a mouthful, but with a ton of different control methods, you should be able to keep the invaders at bay.

At PAX, visitors to the Drinkbox booth can play the game in a high score competition and win tons of great loot or participate in the Indie Passport, which leads attendees on a chase around the convention, checking out other awesome indie games as they go. Here are some exclusive screenshots, so you can prepare yourself for Mutant Blobs Attack and the high-score competition.

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