Tag Archives: Thomas Was Alone
Wed, Apr 24, 2013 | 15:22 BST
Sony has updated the European end of the PS Store. Get the goods below.
Fri, Mar 22, 2013 | 13:52 GMT
You already knew Thomas Was Alone was part of April’s PS Plus content, but if you aren’t a PS Plus member and still want the game, here is how you can pick it up. Come April 24 the Cross-Buy title will land on the PS Store for £5.99 and you can also pick up the 20-level DLC for an additional £1.99. The game also comes with a new creator’s commentary, and the Vita version will allow users to select characters or control the camera using the touchscreens. The game is being brought to the systems via Bossa and Curve.
Wed, Feb 27, 2013 | 16:54 GMT
Sony teased on Twitter earlier that it was going to announce a new indie title coming to PS3 and Vita. The teasing is over, because Thomas Was Alone designer Mike Bithell has announced on the PS Blog that the platformer will be released with Cross-Buy this spring. Upon release, the game will include a new creator’s commentary, a new timed exclusive DLC prologue “about a square who is given a jetpack,” and the Vita version will allow users to select characters or control the camera using the touchscreens. The game is being brought to the systems via Bossa and Curve.
Mon, Feb 04, 2013 | 12:12 GMT
Thomas Was Alone is the brainchild of coder Mike Bithell, and thanks to its success he has left Bossa Studios to work solo.
Tue, Nov 13, 2012 | 04:54 GMT
Fill out your indie bingo card by picking up minimalist platformer Thomas Was Alone, which is 10% off its usual cover price of $10 to mark its debut on Steam. The Steam version is available for Mac and PC, and has Steamplay cross-save functionality. Don’t be fooled by the simplistic graphics – the classic gameplay has drawn almost universal critical praise, and somehow the blocky stylings present a unique atmosphere. Plus, you’ll lose all hipster cred forever if you miss even a single one of this year’s bumper crop of awesome indies, and then you’d have to shave off your curly moustache or hand in your ironic retro wedges.