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Knytt Underground announced for PC, PS3, Vita, and more

12:30 PM on 07.27.2012

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Knytt and Knytt Stories were both wonderful freeware platformers, especially when it came to the user-made levels for the latter. Developer Nifflas, Green Hill Studios, and Ripstone Publishing have announced a new game, Knytt Underground, so this is as good of time as any to suggest that you go play them both.

As one might expect, this new title is headed to Windows, Linux, and Mac, though interestingly enough, it's also going to see a release on PlayStation 3 and Vita this year.

"Knytt Underground is the biggest game I've ever developed and is the first game where I feel that I have a story to tell," stated Nifflas creative director Nicklas Nygren. "It's about the big questions; trying to understand life and our place in it -- and failing completely." I need this.

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