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Lights Out: Closure Coming to PSN

Posted on Thursday, August 25 @ 15:46:13 Eastern by Sebastian_Moss
Eyebrow Interactive have announced that their award winning indie platformer will be coming to PSN next spring.


"A unique and stylistic puzzle platformer," Closure is based around the principal that, in the game's world, the only things that exist are what you can see. Therefore, you can go through obstacles simply by ensuring they are shrouded in darknessbut make sure there's enough light to see the floor.

Closure began as a small and simple Flash game in 2009which you can check out herebut now is being remade to be a much larger and more polished product. This time it will include around 100 puzzles, some new game mechanics, an award-winning soundtrack, several characters with different stories, and hand-drawn art.

The game is already an Independent Games Festival winner and holds the IndieCade Gameplay Innovation Award. Along with the PSN debut, a PC release is planned, but it probably won't come to XBLA.
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