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Limbo will launch on iOS on July 2nd

12:00 PM on 06.26.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

Now it's on practically every platform ever

If you somehow haven't played the indie puzzle platformer Limbo yet, it's coming to iOS next week (July 2nd) for $4.99. The iOS specific platforms supported at launch are the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch -- no Android version has been mentioned.

Additionally, developer Playdead has just announced that the game has sold three million copies in total, spanning the PC, Mac, 360, and PS3/Vita (the latter of which features Cross-Buy) platforms. While I enjoyed my time with Limbo, I didn't think it was the "greatest thing ever" like many people did near launch. Whatever the case may be, $4.99 is a solid price point if you haven't experienced it yet.

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