MouseCraft, developed by Polish studio Crunching Koalas, is heading to PlayStation Vita July 9 courtesy of Curve Studios. Today, the stuidos have jointly released a new video for the puzzler, which introduces you to the main character, Schrödinger. MouseCraft was greenlit last October and is in Early Access on Steam.
MouseCraft, The Swapper and Titan Attacks will not presently launch on Xbox One due to Microsoft’s ID@Xbox parity clause, publisher Curve Digital has confirmed.
MouseCraft, The Swapper and Titan Attacks have been dated by Curve Digital for PlayStation Platforms. Curve has also just sent us a new MouseCraft trailer for you to check out.
Thomas Was Alone port developer Curve Studios decided to publish its games on PlayStation platforms over Microsoft due to Sony “moving first, and moving faster” with indie studio support.
Xbox One indie developer Crunching Koalas has expressed concern over Microsoft’s ID@Xbox parity clause, which stipulates games on the service must launch on the console at the same time as other formats. The team now has doubts over whether or not its game MouseCraft can come to Xbox One.
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.