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Putty Squad’s comeback in new teaser trailer


System 3 has announced the return of gaming’s most loved stretchy blue blob this summer, in the platform action-adventure, Putty Squad.

Putty Squad was first released on the Amiga in 1992 and now it returns to celebrate System 3’s 30th year anniversary. Putty once again takes on the quest to rescue his kidnapped friends in this reimaged modern platform game.

Putty Squad has taken a complete overhaul in graphics to give a modern experience, the gameplay has been finely tuned and downloadable free levels will be available. With Putty you can inflate, morph, stretch, lie flat and absorb.

Putty Squad will be available in summer 2013 on platforms PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Windows 8, Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.

For more information on Putty Squad, visit System 3’s official website.

5 thoughts on “Putty Squad’s comeback in new teaser trailer

  1. den.aris says:

    Just for clarity, it never was released on the Amiga 😉 Big shame but the SNES version has done me.

    Am tempted by this on the PS3. Proper controls.

  2. TEOL says:

    It’s on the SNES as a full game. I was hoping it would finally be rebuilding the full SNES version on an AMIGA to finally give the AMIGA version a finished version nod but that was not to be as AMIGA is nowhere to be seen on the listings.

  3. scopie says:

    It was reviewed in various amiga magazines at the time but was never released due to commodores demise and the 1200 market not being large enough so was cancelled at the last moment and only relesed of snes I believe. Shame As the snes version is a very good game.

  4. TEOL says:

    I’ve just tried to perswede them in a post to release an AMIGA port as well and gave em the whole retro market is getting big thing so lets see what happens after this modern version comes out if they are going to give us fans a finished AMIGA version a nod afterwards.

    I suggest other guys do the same as the more there is support asking for a finished AMIGA version the more likely they will get it remade and finally released one the classic system.

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