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Quantum Conundrum Developers Announce Soul Fjord

Posted on Tuesday, April 30 @ 15:00:00 Eastern by

Even if you've never played Quantum Conundrum, you should at least hear the theme song and then you can get excited for Soul Fjord from Kim Swift and Airtight Games. As the announcement trailer explains, Swift previously developed Portal at Valve and the studio's last game, QC.

Further, Soul Fjord is looking to release on Ouya which has a stupid "Ooh-yah" thing going on at the end of the commercial, but the concept certainly sounds awesome. It's a rhythm roguelike game, mixing norse mythology and 70s funk. The combat is rhythm based and Swift says "the indie friendly attitude that Ouya brings to the table makes it a perfect fit for the console."

Ummm, I hope it's available on more than just Ouya though. Can it at least come out on PC too?
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