The Impossible Game comes to PSN

By Pete Davison, GamePro |  Software, PSN, video games

Super-simple yet infuriating indie platformer The Impossible Game has spread itself across many platforms now, including the Web, iOS, Android, Windows Phone 7, Xbox Live Indie games and, from today, PSN.

Tasking players with navigating a bouncing red square along an increasingly-ridiculous series of obstacles using only one-button controls and your own sense of rhythm, the game is enormously challenging and infuriatingly addictive thanks in part to its core mechanic: sending you right back to the beginning of the level if you mess up. It doesn't look like much but you'll quickly get sucked in if you try it -- there's a free "Lite" version to test out here.

The PSN version is sold as a Mini, meaning it's compatible with both PS3 and PSP. It costs $2.99. This is more expensive than the $1 price tag of the other versions, but this edition comes with all the original levels, addon level packs and a new level exclusive to the PlayStation version.

Find out more at the official website.

This article originally appeared on GamePro.com as The Impossible Game Comes to PSN


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