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This is VVVVVV on iPad, dev says mobile, Vita ports imminent

Gravity-twisting platformer VVVVVV should arrive on iOS and Android soon, after creator Terry Cavanagh said the mobile ports are "ready to submit any day now." According to Cavanagh, the Nicalis-developed Vita port is "imminent" too. Aside from its roaring chiptune soundtrack, VVVVVV is known...

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VVVVVV sets a course for PS Vita, iOS, Android and Ouya

Indie puzzle platformer VVVVVV will launch on PS Vita, iOS, Android and Ouya this year, creator Terry Cavanagh has announced. VVVVVV follows Captain Viridian, lost in arguably the most dangerous alternate dimension ever conceived, as he searches for his missing crew. In a blog post welcoming in...

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VVVVVV, Escape Goat star in GOG.com's 5 for $5 indie game sale

Taking a cue from the roast beef artisans at Arby's, Good Old Games is offering a 5 for $5 sale on a collection of indie games recently added to the storefront's online catalog. GOG's Super 5 Promo includes Terry Cavanagh's VVVVVV, Smudged Cat Games' Adventures of Shuggy and Gateways,...

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Super Hexagon creator unveils free browser-based puzzler Naya's Quest

Terry Cavanagh recently released a new flash-based game, Naya's Quest. The enjoyable little adventure game has players traversing through an abandoned town to "the edge," an isometric world full of puzzling rooms. The attractive, challenging platformer also has a catchy soundtrack, which Cavanagh...

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VVVVVV heading to VVVVVVita

Terry Cavanagh's challenging platformer VVVVVV is heading to PlayStation Vita, Sony announced during its PlayStation Indie Arcade event at PAX Prime. VVVVVV first launched on PC in January 2010, then showed up on the 3DS eShop in December 2011. No release date was given for the Vita version of...

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Unfinished Business: Super Hexagon creator reveals his abandonware

This Vine represents eight of VVVVVV and Super Hexagon creator Terry Cavanagh's unfinished projects – the first of three like it recently posted to the game designer's Twitter account. There's a hell of a lot of information contained within those flashing, garbled clips, but thankfully...

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Indie Spring Sale bounces onto Steam

From now through March 29, Steam will be hosting a cavalcade of discounted indie games, both old standbys and newcomers alike, as part of its Indie Spring Sale. The list of discounted games (just click on "Specials") is as long as it is jam packed with great deals. For instance, 25 percent off of...

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PSA: VVVVVV now flipping around Linux via Steam

Terry Cavanagh's reorientation-oriented platformer VVVVVV is now available on Linux by way of Steam, Cavanagh announced earlier today. The port requires Ubuntu version 12.04 LTS (aka "Precise Pangolin") running on a machine only slightly more advanced than a George Foreman grill, so chances are...

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Terry Cavanagh testing VVVVVV on iPhone, not launching anytime soon

The iOS port of Terry Cavanagh's flipping-centric platformer VVVVVV is running,undergoing testing by the man himself, though that shouldn't be taken as evidence of its impending release. Cavanagh revealed via Twitter that while the game technically works, at least well enough to get two thirds of...

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Cavanagh's Don't Look Back now on iOS & Android, VVVVVV may follow

Terry Cavanagh is considering bringing VVVVVV to iOS and Android, after releasing his short 2009 game Don't Look Back for free on the App Store and Google Play today. The Super Hexagon creator posted on his blog revealing he saw the Don't Look Back port as a "trial run" for VVVVVV. While Cavanagh...

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