Thomas Was Alone, an indie PC platformer released in November of last year, is getting the PlayStation treatment as a PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita version of the game has been announced. The game is currently set for the always-vague Spring release window and doesn’t yet have a price (Steam has it for $9.99), but it does include Cross Buy, meaning that you unlock both versions with a single purchase.
In Thomas Was Alone, your objective is to get all the rectangular characters to their exit portals, something you can see in action thanks to the PC trailer from last year:
In terms of new content, the PlayStation Vita version of Thomas Was Alone includes touch screen controls, allowing you to select characters or use the camera. There is also a new creator’s commentary for the main game and a timed exclusive DLC prologue about a square who is give a jetpack.
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