Posted on Monday, September 3rd, 2012 at 9:49 AM by Guest
… and it’s just in time for PAX. For those who haven’t heard anything about Colour Bind, it’s a physics platform-puzzler which is set in an abstract world and gravity is determined not by mass, but by colour. By using colour and gravity, you can beat each level and navigate through the world so long as you’ve got patience, intelligence, quick reflexes and perhaps a helping hand from a friend! Colour Bind is the hard work and pride from Aussie developer Finn Morgan whose been working on the game for the past two years.
Back to topic, Colour Bind has a release date of September 24th and those who are at PAX, if you watch out for the team walking about with a full-sized Colour Bind cart, they will be giving out presentations and handing out early beta codes for the game itself.
To pre-order the game, currently available on PC and Mac, visit the Steam Page at http://store.steampowered.com/app/208710/ and in the mean time, check out the trailer for the game below.
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