Splice cuts its way to PS3 this year

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Jessica Conditt
June 13th, 2013
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Splice cuts its way to PS3 this year
Splice cuts its way to PS3 this year
Splice is on its way to PSN for PS3, by early fall at the latest. Splice is the successful gaming experiment from Cipher Prime, a studio with a rich history of crafting clean, artfully scored and brain-twisting games, such as Auditorium, Fractal and Pulse.

It's a puzzle game disguised as a science project, asking players to create specific cell strands from an unorganized group of binary branches. Each strand has a max number of moves, and if the player can't complete it within that framework, it's possible to reverse time and try again. Splice offers more than 70 puzzles to tickle your own cell strands. In your brain.

Splice is available on PC, Mac, Linux (on Steam), iPad and Android.
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