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Hitman Go hits Windows Store for Windows 8, Windows Phone (update)

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Hitman Go, the turn-based puzzle game from Square Enix Montreal, is now available on Windows 8 and Windows Phone, publisher Square Enix announced today.

Windows Store customers can pay $4.99 in North America, £2.99 in the U.K. and €4.49 in Europe to get access to both the Windows 8 and Windows Phone versions of Hitman Go. You can find the game's listing on the Windows Store here.

Hitman Go drops Hitman series protagonist Agent 47 into a board game with diorama-style setpieces. The game debuted on iOS just over a year ago, and launched on Android two months afterward. Hitman Go made the cut for our list of the best mobile games of 2014, and you can read more about the game in our full review, in which we said it "reduces the series to its most basic ideas and expresses them brilliantly." You can watch the Hitman Go launch trailer below.

Update: Square Enix originally listed incorrect prices for Hitman Go in Europe and the U.K. — the game costs €4.99 and £3.89 in those regions, respectively, not €4.49 and £2.99. We've edited the article above to reflect this.