Putty Squad Coming To Almost All Platforms this Summer

Putty Squad
System 3 announced the return of gaming’s most loved – that most of you don’t even remember of have not met yet – stretchy blue blob this Summer, in the re-imagined platform action-adventure title called Putty Squad. The critically acclaimed Putty Squad first made its way on gamers screens on the Amiga in 1992 and now the old-school hero, Putty, returns to celebrate System 3’s 30th year anniversary.
Mark Cale, CEO of System 3 said:
“Working on such a prestigious title again and to bring it up-to-date, brings back many great memories. Fans of the original are excited to get their hands on the return of the morphing blue blob hero. Putty Squad will be available on multiple platforms, where gamers can reconnect with their classic hero, discovering Putty unlike before.”
Putty Squad has taken a complete overhaul in graphics to give a modern immersive experience, the gameplay has been finely tuned and downloadable free levels will be available. With Putty you can inflate, morph, stretch, lie flat and absorb. The unlikeliest of heroes has unique powers than any other imaginable.
Games Features:
· One of retro gaming’s most-loved heroes returns
· Critically acclaimed platform-adventure
· Front and Rear Touch Screen used
· Location-based services used for extra content
· Plays even better now than it did originally
Putty Squad will be available in summer 2013 on platforms PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Windows 8, Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.

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