Thomas was alone is a Indie-puzzle-platformer video game for Windows and MacOSX and was released in July 2012, received generally positive reviews with a nice and fun puzzles challenges, a really nice sound combination with the game mechanics.
Yesterday Mike Bithell, the game’s creator, posted a “introduction” announcing the game for PS3 and PSVita in PSBlog.
Thomas Was Alone is a platformer where the goal is simple – get all the characters to their exit portals. You’ll find that becomes increasingly harder than it sounds. Use their skills in tandem, be it flotation, anti-gravity, bounciness or, well, jumping slightly higher.
Along the way, you’ll hear an awesome story narrated by Danny Wallace (Assassin’s Creed) and scored by the epically talented David Housden. On PS Vita, you can use the touchscreens to select characters, or to control the camera.
If you like nice puzzle games, you must check out. 😉