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Pid saves a planet in distress on October 31

Might & Delight's Pid will distort gravity on Xbox Live Arcade and Steam starting on October 31. Interested puzzle platform fans will be able to snag the game for $10. If you haven't been following Pid, it features the adventures of a boy who acquires the ability to change gravity, which comes...

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Pid co-op has great potential for evil

Given the many perils of Pid – spikes, pits, etc. – the potential for griefing during cooperative play is pretty high. With each player controlling one gravity beam, a great deal of trust (or patience) sounds like a prerequisite....

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An audio walkthrough of Pid's soundtrack

In this video, you will not only find a copious amount of into about the soundtrack created by Retro Family for Pid, you'll also see lots of juicy Pid footage, including some shots of developer Might & Delight's early prototypes. It's come a long way from a kid with triangles for legs....

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D3 publishing Pid on XBLA [update]

If you were at E3, you likely deduced this from Pid's presence in the D3 Publisher booth, but the publisher has made it official via a press release: D3 will act as publisher for the XBLA version of Might and Delight's platformer. Might and Delight co-founder Adam Boyes previously suggested that it...

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Might and Delight planning August debut for Pid

Might and Delight, an indie outfit composed of ex-Grin folks, is crafting a charming platform-adventure game called Pid. Look for our impressions on this very website soon. Pid was slated to launch sometime this year back in December, but during a demo on the E3 show floor, lead programmer Kian...

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Might and Delight 'renting' XBLA spot to sell Pid there

Pid is a new platformer being put together by Might and Delight, and when it arrives, it'll be available on PSN, Steam, and XBLA. But while Might and Delight will be self-publishing on PSN and Steam (because both platforms have plans in place for devs to do that), it won't be self-publishing on the...

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Pid vid: See Might & Delight's new platform adventure

After its sneaky, unarchived debut on Giant Bomb's livestream, Might & Delight has officially announced its "original adventure game," Pid. Stranded on an alien world, the player uses "gravitybending action, intricate puzzle-solving and classic precision platform action" to find the way...

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'Pid' is a pretty platformer from Grin vets Might & Delight, planned for XBLA/PSN/PC in 2012

We're suckers for artsy platformers, so when Beefy Media's Adam Boyes took to Giant Bomb's livestream this evening with a debut trailer for Might & Delight's latest offering, "Pid," and the game was a gorgeous hand-drawn platformer, we were pretty excited to tell you all about it. In Pid,...

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Interview: Might&Delight's Jakob Tuchten

With little more than a cursory announcement a few weeks back of Might&Delight's existence, the ex-GRIN staffers making up M&D's numbers haven't been vocal about what they're working on next. And according to art director Jakob Tuchten, that's (at least partially) because the future is...

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Might&Delight reassembles GRIN's Bionic Commando Rearmed team

GRIN may be no more, but some of the talent behind the studio is coming back. The team responsible for Bionic Commando Rearmed, arguably GRIN's greatest title, have announced plans to return to game development with a new studio: Might&Delight. Focused on "advancing back to the 80s," the new...

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