MouseCraft headed to PC, PlayStation 4 and Vita

By Brenna Hillier
12 February 2014 22:56 GMT

MouseCraft is described as being something like the product of an illicit liaison between Lemmings and Tetris, and it’s coming to a platform near you in a couple of months.


MouseCraft comes to us from Polish indie Crunching Koalas, by way of Explodemon and Stealth Bastard developer Curve Studios, which announced the release on its site and the PlayStation Blog.

Having passed through Steam Greenlight in October, Mousecraft will arrive on PC and Vita in May – although it’s currently available through Steam Early Access.

The goal in MouseCraft is to lead a group of mice to some cheese. The fast-paced puzzler is best explained by the trailer below. It will launch with 50 levels, leaderboards, collectables, a ranking system and a level editor.

Watch on YouTube

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