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When it arrives on August 11th, gamers will get to experience a unique retro-styled platforming game with light puzzle elements. Players take direct control of a cube as it rolls around dozens of block-based levels in search of colorful prisms and the fastest routes. Throughout the game's levels, unique techniques - such as the balancing act called 'EDGE time' - are introduced to deepen the experience. To top it all off, EDGE will include all the content of the soon to be released iOS game 'EDGE extended' as free post-launch DLC!
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