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Steam is next for Mutant Blobs Attack on August 15

6:00 PM on 07.30.2012

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

DrinkBox Studios' Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack looked intriguing on PlayStation Vita, which is all well and good for those of you with the system. The puzzle-platformer is thankfully also heading on over to PC with a Steam release set for Wednesday, August 15.

This version is packing in new features, including the usual (but still appreciated) Steam support for achievements, cloud saves, and leaderboards; updated minigame levels that better fit the new platform; gamepad and keyboard/mouse controls; higher-res art; and "more hidden references and bad jokes."

I need to play Mutant Blobs Attack if for no other reason than to support the folks making it. I really like where they're headed.


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