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Quirky Puzzler King Oddball Hits PS3 Today

Jaakko Maaniemi's Avatar + Posted by Jaakko Maaniemi on Feb 03, 2015


Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s King Oddball! The quirky physics puzzler that has charmed gamers on PS4 and Vita is making its way to PS3 today. It comes with a free trial, so you should really check it out!

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King Oddball Out Tomorrow on PS4

Jaakko Maaniemi's Avatar + Posted by Jaakko Maaniemi on Apr 07, 2014

Hello readers — exciting times! It’s been pretty frantic bringing King Oddball over to PS4 from PS Vita, but we’re really happy to have it as our first PS4 release. We can’t wait to see how the game is received on the big screen.

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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 4/8/2014

Ryan Clements's Avatar + Posted by Ryan Clements on Apr 06, 2014


There’s a place for both fantasy and sci-fi nerds this week, as Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut and LEGO The Hobbit come to PlayStation. Rejoice, and bask in the glory of either fandom (Or both!).

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King Oddball Conquers PS4 on April 8th

Jaakko Maaniemi's Avatar + Posted by Jaakko Maaniemi on Mar 21, 2014


Hi PS4 gamers! I’m Jaakko from the Finnish game developer 10tons, and I’ve got some great news: Our fair studio is about to debut on PS4! Our first PS4 title is a strange, skill-based physics puzzle called King Oddball. Some of you may know the game from its PS Vita version released in January. We have more great games for PS4 in production too, and we’ll share more on those soon.

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King Oddball Out Today on PS Vita

Jaakko Maaniemi's Avatar + Posted by Jaakko Maaniemi on Feb 04, 2014

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Hi, Playstation.Blog readers! 10tons is back this week with another PS Vita game — a unique and eccentric, skill-based puzzler called King Oddball.

As the title states, King Oddball is… unusual. Sure, the Angry Birds comparison comes to mind quickly, but King Oddball stands on its own handsomely.

Like Angry Birds, King Oddball is about clearing the level of enemies by squashing them with lobbed objects. And the way it’s done is all about physics.

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