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Move-enabled Funky Lab Rat coming to PSN


10:00 AM on 11.16.2010



French developer Hydravision will be releasing its latest title, Funky Lab Rat, for PlayStation Network on November 24 in Europe and November 30 in North America.

The downloadable title will have players manipulating time and gravity as they help a test rat -- a funky one, with super powers! -- escape a laboratory. The game will feature 81 puzzle-like challenges across ten worlds, and will support both DualShock 3 and PlayStation Move support.

Hydravision is best known for its survival horror games, including work on Obscure and Alone in the Dark, so to say this is a bit of a change is an understatement. Looks polished and cute enough, and might be worth a look later this month when you're done sniping fools online, driving fast, and assassinating dudes.






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