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Here are some of the enemies you'll face in Pid

8:00 PM on 06.27.2012

Harry Monogenis

Contributor

We saw a bit of what Pid was all about not so long ago and it seemed like a pretty interesting game. Now, with this latest trailer for the upcoming platformer from Might and Delight, you can go ahead and color me impressed -- I think it's some kind of turquoise.

Said video gives us a glimpse of what kind of enemies our simple schoolboy will have to face while trying to escape the remote planet he's somehow managed to become stranded on. It's interesting to see the different techniques that can be used to outsmart your enemies, and the fact that the same obstacles can be approached in different ways only impresses me more. Guys, I think we're gonna need more of that turquoise stuff!

Pid will be published by D3 on Xbox Live Arcade sometime this year, followed by separate Steam and PlayStation Network releases.

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