Thomas Was Alone updated for iPad with new friends, jetpack

Minimalistic, story-driven platformer Thomas Was Alone received an update on iPad today that brings the Benjamin's Flight content to the device for free. The DLC previously launched on PlayStation systems, and includes three new characters and 20 levels. Creator Mike Bithell told Joystiq the DLC will arrive on desktop systems "very, very soon."

The new levels give players additional puzzles to solve using the jetpack attached to Benjamin, a young square in search of the Fountain of Youth. Benjamin's Flight offers a "new story about hope and the wild impetuosity of youth," but honestly, we were already sold on the jetpacks part. Bossa Studios is offering Thomas Was Alone at a discount to celebrate the free update for a limited time; it is currently $5.99 (£3.99), down from $9 (£6/8 euros) when it launched on iPad in May.
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Take Flight with Thomas:

New DLC available today on the App Store

Bossa Studios and Indie Developer Mike Bithell can gleefully confirm that Thomas Was Alone for iPad has been updated today with the free DLC story Benjamin's Flight! To celebrate, Thomas Was Alone will also be on sale for a limited period. Benjamin's Flight is available as a free download for everyone who has already joined Thomas & friends on their iPad adventures.

In this free Thomas Was Alone level pack, discover the tale of young Benjamin, who goes in search of the Fountain of Wisdom aided by his father's incredible invention. Benjamin meets a new companion and a familiar face in this story, which takes place in the events leading up to Thomas's emergence.

Features:

• 20 brand new levels and 3 new characters

• Reach new heights and solve new puzzles with Benjamin's jetpack

• A new story about hope and the wild impetuosity of youth. And jumping.

Thomas Was Alone is available for £3.99 / $5.99 from the App Store on iPad or at; www.AppStore.com/ThomasWasAlone

This article was originally published on Joystiq.