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Enter the pastel world of Proteus today on PS3 and PS Vita

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Proteus, the peaceful exploration game from Ed Key and David Kanaga, will be available today on PlayStation Network for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita, announced Curve Studios, the developer of the ports.

The game will cost $13.99 on PSN, and since it's a cross-buy title, buyers have to pay once to get both the PS3 and PS Vita versions. Key and Kanaga originally released Proteus on Windows PC, Mac and Linux this past January.

Each of Curve's ports offers new features not present in the PC version: PS3 players can generate an island based on the current date, while PS Vita users can affect the world with the touchscreen and generate an island based on their current real-life location.

You can check out a live-action trailer featuring Key and the PS Vita version below.