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PlayStation 4-exclusive co-op puzzler Tiny Brains will arrive on PSN December 3, developer Spearhead Games announced today.

Tiny Brains is a four-player co-op puzzle game in which players control one of four miniature lab animals—a rabbit, mouse, hamster, and bat—who all have unique psychic abilities. The bat can “force-push” objects away, the rabbit can fire an electric charge, the hamster can generate ice chunks, and the mouse can teleport in place of another object in the environment.

“When I was a kid, one of the best feelings int he world was getting a new game and rushing home to call my friends to come over and play,” Spearhead Games co-founder Simon Darveau wrote in a post on the PlayStation Blog. “Crowded together in front of the screen, all excited to game late into the night; elbowing for room on the couch, gloating and swapping tips—these things are what gave me a lifelong love of video games.”

Tiny Brains Launching on PlayStation 4 December 3

By | 11/22/2013 02:32 PM PT

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PlayStation 4-exclusive co-op puzzler Tiny Brains will arrive on PSN December 3, developer Spearhead Games announced today.

Tiny Brains is a four-player co-op puzzle game in which players control one of four miniature lab animals—a rabbit, mouse, hamster, and bat—who all have unique psychic abilities. The bat can “force-push” objects away, the rabbit can fire an electric charge, the hamster can generate ice chunks, and the mouse can teleport in place of another object in the environment.

“When I was a kid, one of the best feelings int he world was getting a new game and rushing home to call my friends to come over and play,” Spearhead Games co-founder Simon Darveau wrote in a post on the PlayStation Blog. “Crowded together in front of the screen, all excited to game late into the night; elbowing for room on the couch, gloating and swapping tips—these things are what gave me a lifelong love of video games.”

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