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Grip Games is bringing developers Telawa Games and Teoti Studios’ PC puzzle platformer Unmechanical to PS4, PS3, and PS Vita, CEO Jakub Mikyska announced today.

In addition to all the game’s original content, the new console version, titled Unmechanical: Extended Edition, features an exclusive new level complete with its own story and puzzles. On PS4, the side-scrolling physics-based puzzler will run at 60 frames per second at 1080p resolution.

The 2.5D puzzler, which began life as a student project, originally launched on Windows PC and iOS August 2012.

According to Mikyska, Unmechanical: Extended Edition should launch across all three PlayStation platforms either “later this year” or “at the beginning of the next” year.

2.5D puzzler Unmechanical coming to PS4, PS3, and Vita this year or early next

By | 08/8/2014 03:20 PM PT

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Grip Games is bringing developers Telawa Games and Teoti Studios’ PC puzzle platformer Unmechanical to PS4, PS3, and PS Vita, CEO Jakub Mikyska announced today.

In addition to all the game’s original content, the new console version, titled Unmechanical: Extended Edition, features an exclusive new level complete with its own story and puzzles. On PS4, the side-scrolling physics-based puzzler will run at 60 frames per second at 1080p resolution.

The 2.5D puzzler, which began life as a student project, originally launched on Windows PC and iOS August 2012.

According to Mikyska, Unmechanical: Extended Edition should launch across all three PlayStation platforms either “later this year” or “at the beginning of the next” year.

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