Indie hit puzzle-platformer Braid has come to retail in Russia, thanks to MumboJumbo and Russobit-M/GFI, giving us the box art giggles with its delightfully inappropriate and mischievous take on Tim and gang. Thanks, Maritan!
Last summer, developer Number None of Braid fame announced its next game, The Witness. It was described as "philosophical and quiet" and feature "a heavy emphasis on the way things look." Well, this is what things look like.
Number None, the developer behind swell time-manipulating platformer Braid, is getting into the motion control business, actively seeking a developer to do "very interesting work with full-body motion tracking," according to a new job listing.
Independent developer Number None's follow up to Braid, the time-shifting puzzle adventure game, will be The Witness, an exploration-puzzle game on an uninhabited island. Hold onto that knowledge, for it will be a long wait before you get The Witness.
A PlayStation 3 version of Xbox Live Arcade hit Braid appears to be in the works, with Germany's Unterhaltungssoftware Selbstkontrolle (USK) rating the latest port as of yesterday. That's excellent news for PS3 owners.
The recently released PC version of Number None's time-shifting platformer Braid comes with an unexpected surprise: a built-in level and graphics editor. Developer Jonathan Blow says documentation and a developers kit is due shortly.