Successful independent games publisher, System 3, has released the launch trailer for the return of Putty Squad, starting November 29th 2013.

Voiced by the acclaimed Brian Blessed, the launch trailer takes you on a retrospective journey from 90\’s original to the re-imagined classic of today.

Bringing this retro classic up-to-date with high definition graphics, a remastered soundtrack, and brand new features, such as Challenge mode and the Sticker Book, Putty Squad is a love letter to old-skool gameplay and frenetic action.


Mark Cale, CEO of System 3: “Putty Squad has been a long time coming, but starting November 29th, as a PlayStation 4 launch title, we are overjoyed to be able to bring fans of gaming a unique and charming experience. Working with Brian Blessed has been an absolute dream, and we couldn\’t think of anyone better to help us launch Putty Squad.”

With its unquestionable charm, Putty Squad is on a mission to strengthen the ethics that made British developed games the centre of the world in the 90s,

Putty Squad has been given a complete overhaul in graphics to deliver a modern experience. Gameplay has been finely tuned to offer an accessible platform game for all fans, and downloadable free levels will be made available for a year after launch. Putty you can punch, inflate, morph, stretch, lie flat and absorb on his journey through a host of different levels.

Along with the main mode, the games features one an entire year of free downloadable content, an all new challenge mode and online leaderboards to compare with your friends.

Putty Squad is available as a lunch title for PlayStation 4 from November 29th 2013 and shortly thereafter for PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Windows 8, Steam, Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS.

Written by Omar Taylor

Omar Taylor

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