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Fractured Soul 'duality' platformer launches on Steam Greenlight for PC, Mac and Linux

"Duality" platformer Fractured Soul, released for the Nintendo 3DS through the eShop last September, launched on Steam Greenlight today, developer Endgame Studios has announced.

In Fractured Soul, players will traverse two parallel dimensions, shifting between them as they navigate various obstacles in each level. Players can tackle 30 levels through five different worlds as well as designated shoot 'em up and "bullet hell" shooting sections.

Endgame's proposed Steam version will have exclusive new features including an "Easy" mode and several enhancements to the game's speedrunning mechanics. The title will also support Steam achievements, gamepad support and direct export of videos to YouTube.

Should Fractured Soul find approval through Steam Greenlight, the developer is aiming to release the title during 2013's third quarter for Windows PC, Mac and Linux systems.

"Since releasing Fractured Soul on the Nintendo eShop a few months ago, one of the big requests from fans has been to put the game onto the TV," Endgame co-founder Grant Davies said in a press statement. "Steam is a great fit for that."

Endgame also announced Fractured Soul will be playable at PAX East next weekend in Boston, Mass, at kiosk #193, as well as at the 2013 Game Developers Conference later this month. Check out the trailer above for a look at Fractured Soul in action.

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