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Thomas Was Alone coming to PS4 this year

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Mike Bithell's puzzle platformer, Thomas Was Alone, will launch for PlayStation 4 as a cross-buy title later this year via Curve Studios, PR and marketing manager Rob Clarke announced via the PlayStation Blog.

Curve has worked on ports such as Proteus, The Swapper and Lone Survivor.

Thomas Was Alone is an atmospheric title, narrated by British comedian and actor Danny Wallace, in which players swap between different geometric characters to make their way through levels. The game is already available on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.

"If you missed Thomas Was Alone the first time around, the PS4 version will give you a chance to play one of the most popular independent games ever made," Clarke wrote. "A game about rectangles and friendship, Thomas Was Alone's graphics may be minimalist, but its gameplay is engaging, and the story it tells is quite unlike anything else in gaming."

Earlier this week, the game was rated for Xbox One and Wii U in Gernany. On Twitter, Bithell said he would not be "talking about other platforms for now."

For more on Thomas Was Alone, check out our review. Bithell is currently working on stealth game Volume.

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