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Curve Digital has announced that it will be bringing RageSquid’s runner Action Henk to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Vita, Xbox One, and Wii U.

Action Henk is a blistering race through a toybox world, where a cast of classic action figure inspired characters compete to see who is the fastest toy in town,” the game’s description reads. “The game challenges players to shave milliseconds off their times by running, jumping and butt-sliding across over 70 challenging levels in a game which revels in almost sonic speeds.”

Players must collect bronze, silver, gold and rainbow medals to unlock new worlds and greater challenges. There’s also boss races that will unlock “mind-boggling” bonus levels upon victory.

?We?ve been overwhelmed by the reaction to Action Henk on PC,? said Roel Ezendam, co-founder of RageSquid, ?but it?s always a game we wanted to see in the hands of console players, so the decision to work with Curve Digital?with their reputation and experience?was a simple one. We?ve got some big plans for the console versions and can?t wait to see PlayStation, Xbox One and Wii U players racing up the leaderboards.?

?We?ve long admired RageSquid for their ability to create games that bring joy?and Action Henk shows the team are at the top of their game,? added Jason Perkins, managing director at Curve Digital. ?As someone who?how can we say?has been in the games industry for a while, Action Henk brings back very fond memories of some of the most revered platformers and we?re hugely privileged to be playing a part in bringing it to consoles.?

Action Henk will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Vita, Xbox One, and Wii U this summer.

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RageSquid’s speed racer Action Henk coming to PlayStation, Xbox One, Wii U

By Matthew Bennett | 06/5/2015 03:56 PM PT

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Curve Digital has announced that it will be bringing RageSquid’s runner Action Henk to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Vita, Xbox One, and Wii U.

Action Henk is a blistering race through a toybox world, where a cast of classic action figure inspired characters compete to see who is the fastest toy in town,” the game’s description reads. “The game challenges players to shave milliseconds off their times by running, jumping and butt-sliding across over 70 challenging levels in a game which revels in almost sonic speeds.”

Players must collect bronze, silver, gold and rainbow medals to unlock new worlds and greater challenges. There’s also boss races that will unlock “mind-boggling” bonus levels upon victory.

?We?ve been overwhelmed by the reaction to Action Henk on PC,? said Roel Ezendam, co-founder of RageSquid, ?but it?s always a game we wanted to see in the hands of console players, so the decision to work with Curve Digital?with their reputation and experience?was a simple one. We?ve got some big plans for the console versions and can?t wait to see PlayStation, Xbox One and Wii U players racing up the leaderboards.?

?We?ve long admired RageSquid for their ability to create games that bring joy?and Action Henk shows the team are at the top of their game,? added Jason Perkins, managing director at Curve Digital. ?As someone who?how can we say?has been in the games industry for a while, Action Henk brings back very fond memories of some of the most revered platformers and we?re hugely privileged to be playing a part in bringing it to consoles.?

Action Henk will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Vita, Xbox One, and Wii U this summer.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89