Tale of Tales' Luxuria Superbia, an IndieCade 2013 finalist, is now available on Windows PC, Mac, Linux, iPad, Android tablets and Ouya, according the game's official website.
According to the developers, Luxuria Superbia is a game of "touch, pleasure and joy" made for both joystick and touchscreen inputs. As shown in the launch trailer below, the game takes players on a musical journey through interactive tunnels filled with designs that react to players gestures.
The PC version is available from the game's website for $4.99, marked down from $6.99 for the next six days. The Android, iOS and Ouya versions can be purchased for $2.99 (usually $4.99), and are available from Google Play, App Store and the Ouya marketplace.
Out of 850 submissions, Tale of Tales was nominated as an IndieCade 2013 finalist for Luxuria Superbia along with the 36 other games. The Belgium-based studio has also developed The Graveyard, The Endless Forrest, Fatale and more.
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