Bit.Trip series creator Gaijin Games has rebranded its studio, changing its name to Choice Provisions and revealing a slate of new games in the works for PC, iOS, and portable consoles.

Choice Provisions' first announced title is Laserlife, a music-themed action game that promises to deliver "a metaphysical journey of euphoric sights and euphonic sounds" to PC platforms via Steam. The team is also working on Tharsis, a dice-based strategy game that simulates life aboard a research vessel in space.

Choice Provisions additionally renamed subsidiary developer Robotube, announcing that the newly-christened MiniVisions will launch Woah Dave! and Destructamundo this summer. Destructamundo will debut for iOS and Ouya, while Woah Dave! will hit the Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita, iOS, Steam, Ouya, and Amazon's Fire TV.

All previously developed games will continue to carry the Gaijin Games moniker, including the recently released Steam version of Bit.Trip Flux and any future series sequels.

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This article was originally published on Joystiq.