In the second of four announcements from Curve Studios throughout February, the company has unveiled MouseCraft for release on the PlayStation Vita and Steam this May, with a PlayStation 4 version planned in the Summer.
To see the gameplay of MouseCraft (which is nothing like Minecraft), check out this short teaser trailer:
Described as an indie puzzle game, MouseCraft lets you lead a group of mice through a machine to find the cheese at the end of a level by controlling the environment and adding ‘Tetromino’ blocks around the environment. Curve Studios likens MouseCraft to a mix of Lemmings and Tetris.
MouseCraft will include over 50 campaign levels, leaderboards, collectables, a ranking system, and a fully-featured level editor available during launch. If you want more information about MouseCraft, you can check it out on Steam Early Access.
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