Action puzzler escapeVektor coming to European 3DS and Vita on next week

Retro action puzzle title escapeVektor will be released for the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita in Europe next week, Australian developer Nnooo announced.

The game will hit the PlayStation Network on Dec. 19 for €9.99 (about US $13), and the 3DS eShop on Dec. 20 for the same price.

EscapeVektor is all four chapters of the game's original WiiWare version rolled into one. Players control Vektor, a being held captive inside a CPU, and must aid his escape by solving patterns in obstacles and avoiding intelligent enemies. Puzzles increase in difficulty as the game progresses, and players can unlock new abilities as well as coded memories shedding light on Vektor's story.

The game includes 50 puzzles across 27 different worlds, new enemy types not included in the WiiWare version, and new online leaderboards that rank players based on individual level score, area high score and world high score.

Nnooo has also added a feature called the Wildcard system. When a player trumps another player's high-score on a level, they are given a Wildcard that can be played at the start of a level and used to double the score if the level is completed.

Check out the above trailer for a look at escapeVektor in action.

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