The indie platformer makes its way to the PlayStation Store.
Curve Studios and Mike Bithell announced that indie platformer Thomas Was Alone is now available for PS3 and PlayStation Vita on the US PlayStation Store, priced at $9.99. It will be available tomorrow on the European PlayStation Store, priced for £6.99. There is a 20 level DLC expansion that is also available for $2.99/£1.99.
Described as a “study in simplicity”, Thomas Was Alone is a 2D platformer-puzzler that started out as a Flash-based browser game that made its way to PC and Mac OS X in July 2012. The game focuses on AIs going out of control and gaining unique personalities against the backdrop of a unique narrative voice.
Created by Mike Bithell, the PlayStation versions of Thomas Was Alone have been handled by Curve Studios and Bossa Studios. The game had strong sales on Steam when it made its way to PC and Mac OS X and also garnered much critical acclaim and awards in the years since its release.