He remembers Cue, Anniversary Edition — The updated version of the time bending puzzle platformer that was It was first announced in 2020 With a 2021 release date? The game clearly missed that release window, but on Thursday, developer Thekla finally announced a specific release date: April 30, 2024.
The Anniversary Edition will introduce a bunch of updates that seem to improve the core core of the game without changing much. There are new “hand-re-drawn” graphics, according to a press release, and you can switch between the old graphics and the new graphics at will. It contains “improved sound” and “new mixes and variants of the soundtrack”.
It also contains more than 15 hours of developer commentary featuring many people, including designer Jonathan Blow and Frank Cifaldi of the Video Game History Foundation. But based on a statement from Blow, “developer comment” seems like an understatement:
You can follow certain threads of commentary spatially, through wormholes that travel from one level to another to see developments of certain concepts; The commentary has a lot of tags so we can circle things on screen, point arrows at whatever visual details we’re talking about, display graphs, play gameplay recordings to show what happens if you try to do this or that in a certain level, and many more capabilities. The other.
Cue, anniversary edition It will be released on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series It will be released on Mac and Linux at a “later date.”