The special edition of 2010 indie platformer Limbo is now available in the United States on PC and Mac for $24.99.
The special edition of 2010 indie platformer Limbo is now available in the United States for PC and Mac, developer Playdead announced today.
Limbo Special Edition comes in the classy grayscale package seen above, and offers physical copies of both the PC and Mac versions of Limbo, sans DRM. The box also contains Martin Stig Andersen's eerie soundtrack, seven pieces of concept art, "awesome 3D glasses" for use with Nvidia's 3D Vision technology, a key to gift the game on Steam, and a sticker of the boy protagonist's head. Which fits right in with Limbo's macabre atmosphere.
Playdead launched Limbo Special Edition in Europe on March 15th, and this marks its first stateside release. For now, the American boxed copy is available only on Amazon for $24.99.
Copenhagen-based Playdead is currently working on a spiritual successor to Limbo with a working title of "Project 2." It is planned for release on PC, Mac, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3.
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