Quantum Conundrum headed to PC, Steam in June


Quantum Conundrum, the latest puzzler from Airtight Games, will be available for PC on June 21 exclusively on Steam. The console versions are set to launch on Live Arcade and PSN sometime this summer. Kim Swift, co-creator of the first Portal, serves as creative director for the environmental action-puzzler, which tasks players with finding their uncle, the eccentric Professor Quadwrangle, using his Inter-Dimensional Shift Device. The device will allow the user to enter alternate dimensions, where objects change mass and composition, and can be manipulated in order to progress from one room of the professor’s manor to the next.

Both the standard edition and a season pass are up for preorder at Steam, and at 10% off until June 20. The season pass includes future DLC packs, a downloadable copy of the soundtrack, and three exclusive Team Fortress 2 items. Everyone who preorders the PC version is also automatically entered into a contest to have their likeness painted by the art team and turned into a portrait to be hung in Professor Quadwrangle’s mansion.

Quantum Conundrum (360, PC, PS3) PC Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1Quantum Conundrum (360, PC, PS3) PC Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 2Official Site: QuantumConundrum.com

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