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Putty expands itself onto all major consoles, tablets, Mac and PC

After successfully being reworked and redesigned onto the PS Vita and Nintendo 3DS, Putty Squad will be stretching, squishing and absorbing their way to a whole host of new platforms, including Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii U, Steam, Mac, Windows 8 and both iOS and Android where most casino games can be played through android casino apps such as this.
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  • System 3 wrote on 20 July 2014 at 06:59

    Pleased to report that Sony QA have today passed the PS4 European patch. This is set to go live at 9am on Monday 21st and should hopefully resolve the problem with the platinum trophies. Sorry for the delay.

  • System 3 wrote on 16 July 2014 at 08:44

    Update on PS4 patch: Unfortunately QA found an issue with the European patch which was hoped to go live on 16/7/14. The game had an incompatbility with the latest V1.70 SDK. This has been corrected and a new patch is being submitted to Sony which hopefully will be approved and go live on 23/7/14.

  • System 3 wrote on 6 July 2014 at 05:33

    As a result of multiple requests we have created a patch which makes the European PS4 version work identically to the US version and will allow the final sticker book page to be completed and hence the Platinum trophy awarded. This patch is currently going through our own QA process to verify that it does not introduce any other problems. Assuming no problems are found at this stage, it is scheduled to enter Sony QA on Wednesday 9th and if it passes Sony QA first time, it will go live on PSN on Wednesday 16th July.

  • Liam wrote on 6 July 2014 at 05:22

    Is the PS4 version getting a patch any time soon? Page 10 of the sticker book isn’t showing it’s complete, despite having done all challenges. The game has been out for months, it should’ve been patched by now!

  • System 3 wrote on 23 June 2014 at 07:43

    Sorry for the delays. The PS4, 3DS and Vita versions are already out and the XBLA and PS3 versions are going live on Wednesday 25th June. The Steam version is very nearly finished and will go live within the next four weeks.

  • figurehead wrote on 23 June 2014 at 12:04

    Has this game been cancelled on every other format besides the PS4? Release schedule was put back and now does not even seem to exist.

  • System 3 wrote on 6 June 2014 at 07:36

    We are currently working on the extra levels which will allow you to complete all the trophies. These are expected to be finished this month. Sorry for the delay.

  • Markus wrote on 6 June 2014 at 04:33

    Please fix the European download version of the game for PS4, there´s no chance to get platinum.

  • Lindsay wrote on 18 April 2014 at 10:52

    Is Putty Squad still coming out for wiiu? Id love to play it on that!

  • Andy wrote on 11 April 2014 at 03:38

    Putty squad for PS3 and Vita were promised early in the year. With no release date available on any of the game sites I’m just wondering how much longer we have to wait. I’m also waiting to get my platinum on the PS4 version, and since there is one trophy I can’t get, the wait is now getting annoying. I thought that one should be able to platinum every game released by Sony. In this case it’s not so. Probably a question I’ll put to Sony themselves. Please let us know when you expect to release this game since Game had Q1 on their website but now it just says TBC2014. Understood if there is a delay because of issues with programming etc., but an estimated release date would be nice. Also can you not just patch the PS4 version to allow us to get the last trophy?
    On a positive note, it’s a great game and you guys have done a great job on the PS4 version. Thanks.

  • Darren Palmer wrote on 16 December 2013 at 11:37

    I grew up on C64 then Amiga. Had a PS4 since launch day, and you know what? Putty Squad is getting lots of play time – absolutely fantastic! I do hope System3 release more classics such as Putty Squad. Well done and thanks!

  • VanDOOM wrote on 14 June 2013 at 12:44

    Dear SYSTEM 3 – Team.

    My biggest respect to System 3! I remember my childness, i remeber nights without sleep,but…..
    I can’t forget “the last ninja 1-3 + remix” nights of wounded fingers and 4 square bracket eyes 😀

    After 25 years i give up the hope that “The Last Ninja 4” is comming out sometimes for the W7/8 x64 systems. I hope ever that the same happens as like the “DOOM” effect! Years of waiting but DOOM 4 is comming, hides somewhere! xD

    Should we give up our hope in germany that the “Last Ninja 4” is comming out someday for Win systems? Or is it decided that “LN 4” never comming for the Retro Scene?

    PS: greetz to M.Gray!

    Best regards
    SID “6581” – Retro Scene

  • Daniel wrote on 16 May 2013 at 04:07

    Will you be porting the SNES version over to the AMIGA as well after finishing those versions just so us AMIGA fans can finally get the experience of what the final AMIGA version would have played like?

    Playing the Demo on the AMIGA just isn’t the same experience of the unreleased AMIGA game actually getting released in a full version.

    There is a big market for retro these days so a new AMIGA game might be a good thing.

  • System 3 wrote on 16 May 2013 at 11:18

    Don’t worry – we are attempting to support all digital and retail versions which is part of why it has taken so long 🙁

  • Daniel wrote on 16 May 2013 at 09:06

    I was hoping it would be a nod ahead to the unfinished AMIGA version trying to port the rest of the game from the SNES into what we already have for the AMIGA so that we will get a finished AMIGA version.

    Sadly thats not to be but it’s on the PS3 so thats good. But for me the experience of being able to play a finished AMIGA version would be hard to beat.

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  • Zool wrote on 7 April 2013 at 12:30

    Is the physcial retail version still happening? I pre-ordered it back in February 2012.

  • RSM-HQ wrote on 3 April 2013 at 02:18

    A game I’ve been looking forward for awhile now, always saw this as my favorite platformer ever.

  • Paul Test wrote on 26 March 2013 at 03:48

    I loved this game also

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Brand new features announced for the re-imagining of Putty Squad.

The development for Putty Squad has experienced many twists and turns during the process. It started as a standard HD remake for the PS3 but over time it has slowly morphed into a huge project which has resulted in a whole slew of extra goodies.
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  • Antony Martinez wrote on 26 June 2013 at 10:54

    I agree Jay, would pay good money too. The original Amiga demo was and still is amazing. I remember playing the demo way back then and looking forward with excitement to playing the full version on my 1200. After almost 20 years it would be absolutely fantastic to be able to play it. I will definitely buy a version for one of the modern platforms, but please please please also release the original Amiga version for us Amiga/retro fans.

  • System 3 wrote on 21 May 2013 at 02:50

    Hi Jay, we hope to soon make an announcement as to what will happen with the original Amiga code which will hopefully keep everyone happy.

  • Jay S. Siegel wrote on 20 May 2013 at 08:26

    I would pay good money to get the abandoned Amiga version onto my Amiga A1200. Please either sell it for the Amiga or release it into the Public Domain!

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SYSTEM 3 CELEBRATES 30-YEAR ANNIVERSARY BY BRINGING BACK A CLASSIC IP ON VITA

Fancy a sneak preview of Putty in action? Of course you do!

View the ‘stretch-tastic‘ new Putty Squad teaser trailer below:

System 3 is proud to announce the return of one of gaming’s most loved mascots: Putty!

The stretchy blue blob is all set to go digital in VITA Vision by way of the critically acclaimed Putty Squad videogame. Cited by many gaming publications as one of the best games of its time, Putty Squad follows the story of unlikely hero Putty in an old-skool platform-adventuring quest for his kidnapped friends. With reviews such as “this game is fantastic – 94%” (CU Amiga), “quite simply the best – 91%” (Amiga Power) and “just about perfect – 90%” (Amiga Format), there can be no doubting this game’s proven pedigree.

The return of the game marks the beginning of a revival of System 3’s classic IPs to tie in with the company’s 30-year anniversary in 2012.
The very same year also marks Putty’s 20th birthday, with his first Amiga outing setting screens alight in 1992.

The VITA version of the game takes things further than ever before with a complete graphical overhaul.
Every background, bitmap, enemy and ally has been redrawn and re-rendered to take advantage of the VITA’s gorgeous display.
On top of that Putty Squad will also take advantage of several of the VITA’s unique capabilities such as front and rear touch-screen controls and location-based unlockables!

While the VITA is set to enjoy cutting edge 3D adventures in its launch window, Putty Squad stands out by offering jaw-droppingly beautiful 2D vistas married with tried, tested and improved upon platform-adventure gameplay that has stood the test of time and come out fighting.
Putty Squad is also the perfect handheld companion, offering up a huge adventure split up into perfect journey-sized chunks.

Below you will find more information of Putty Squad VITA’s many features:

COMPLETE GRAPHICAL OVERHAUL
A gorgeous graphical style that combines the original designs of Phillip Thornton with the fidelity and resolution afforded by the VITA’s cutting edge display. Every element of the game has been redrawn and re-rendered.

FINE TUNED GAMEPLAY
The original team of Mark Cale and John Twiddy have spent months tuning, retuning and fine tuning the gameplay so that not only stands up to the test of time but also sets a benchmark for this style of gamplay. Most of these games are similar to free online slot machine games where you can play the free slots through this letsplayslots.com slotmachine website.

DOWNLOADABLE FREE LEVELS
The VITA version will also allow gamers access to a whole host of secret levels, which were previously not available. Gamers will be rewarded for their VITA support with nearly double the amount of levels. A number of these exclusive levels will only be unlocked as part of the VITA’s location-based services. These new levels will be released every 2 weeks, online through first party stores and sites.

Also, unlock new levels using the UNIQUE Sticker Book, you collect ‘stickers’ from hidden levels.

LOCATION-BASED SERVICES
Some levels and Avatars will only unlock and become available when the player takes their VITA to a specific location. For example, going to a football stadium will unlock a correctly attired Avatar, visiting the natural History Museum will unlock an ancient Inca level or visiting the Science Museum will unlock an outer space level (specific locations and rewards tbc).

FRONT AND REAR TOUCH-PAD
Rather than go crazy with touch-screen controls System 3 has chosen to map the actions that make for the best and most natural gameplay experience. The rear touch-pad will be used for various actions in the game, such as inflating/floating. Gamers will also be able to quickly zoom into the action for difficult jumps and even just to appreciate the detailed graphics even more. This can easily be done with a flick of a finger to or fro on the front touch pad.

NEW ARTWORK
Along with the redrawn world comes brand new artwork, which has never been seen before. This brand new artwork, designed by original designer Phillip Thornton, can be seen in various places including as intros to each level.

GAME-SHARE
Multiplayer game-share options that allow up to four people to compete in tournaments, either versus or in Team Play.
Only one person needs a copy of the game in order for their friends to be able to experience Putty Squad, albeit in a limited fashion. When the link is severed the other players will no longer be able to play the game but they will immediately be given the option to buy it from PSN (exact details of game sharing tbc).

AVATAR SUPPORT
Dozens of Avatars will be made available, both via PSN and via location-based service downloads.

ONLINE LEADERBOARDS
Easy, constant access to online leaderboards.

  • turrican3 wrote on 17 September 2014 at 01:04

    thanks to have made a putty squad boxed version for the amiga too. 🙂
    You are the best !

  • dennis wrote on 4 November 2013 at 10:31

    Hi great to see putty again,
    but is it also still coming to the amiga?

    there are many users that are still waiting for it like me.

    regards

  • funK wrote on 30 April 2013 at 08:52

    So glad to hear it, thanks! 🙂

  • sys3root wrote on 25 April 2013 at 09:35

    Don’t worry, we intend to produce both digital and retail versions simultaneously.

  • funK wrote on 24 April 2013 at 10:21

    Nice! Where do I preorder? Please don’t be a digital release only! 🙁

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PUTTY SQUAD will be available on PS4 as a day one release on November 29th, 2013!

View the new Putty Squad trailer, voiced by the brilliant Brian Blessed below:

System 3 is proud to announce the return of one of gaming’s most loved mascots: Putty!

The stretchy blue blob is all set to go digital in high resolution by way of the critically acclaimed Putty Squad videogame. Cited by many gaming publications as one of the best games of its time, Putty Squad follows the story of unlikely hero Putty in an old-skool platform-adventuring quest for his kidnapped friends.

With reviews such as “this game is fantastic – 94%” (CU Amiga), “quite simply the best – 91%” (Amiga Power) and “just about perfect – 90%” (Amiga Format), there can be no doubting this game’s proven pedigree.

DOWNLOADABLE FREE LEVELS

The VITA version will also allow gamers access to a whole host of secret levels, which were previously not available. Gamers will be rewarded for their VITA support with nearly double the amount of levels. A number of these exclusive levels will only be unlocked as part of the VITA’s location-based services. These new levels will be released every 2 weeks, online through first party stores and sites.

Putty has the following abilities…

The Stretch: Putty can stretch left, right, up and down in order to reach items and
drop down to areas below him.

Lie Flat: What better way of avoiding enemies than simply lying flat against the ground?

Absorb: Items can be absorbed and used at a later date.

Attack: Think there’s nothing more shocking than a fist made of putty? Well, there is.
Throughout the game Putty will be able to upgrade his attacks, which range from a
simple punch through to electrifying prods and putty darts.

Inflate: Everyone knows that if you pump putty full of hot air it rises. Putty can inflate
himself in order to scale otherwise unreachable heights but he can only hold his breath
for so long!

Putty Squad is the perfect game for the touch screens of the iPhone and iPad. You can literally tap where you want to go and tap on items that you want to use or absorb. More details will be announced soon.

Putty Squad also now has redrawn graphics with three times the graphical fidelity, which means that Putty Squad looks just as stunning on the big screen in 1080p as it does on a handheld!

Much-loved retro classic returns for PS4, PS Vita, PS3, 3DS, 2DS, Xbox 360, Windows 8, Steam and more

 

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System 3 is proud to announce the release of Pinball Arcade!

Pinball Arcade on PlayStation®4 recreates the greatest pinball machines of all time, featuring 22 licensed tables from Bally®, Williams®, Stern® and Gottlieb®. Everything from classic electro-mechanical tables to the greatest tables of the 90’s and beyond!

Every flipper, bumper, sound effect, and display animation has been painstakingly emulated in astonishing detail!

Expandable with regular updates via PSN® to add additional tables as well as Online Tournaments to challenge yourself and compete against your friends!

View the fantastic Pinball Arcade trailer below:

With great reviews such as:

“…the best video pinball game around – 100%”  – (Gaming-age.com)

“…looks downright stunning – 9/10” (IGN.com)

“…arguably the best pinball game ever – 9/10” – (Eurogamer.es)

…there can be no doubting this game’s proven pedigree!

There are 22…Yes, you read that right…22 of the greatest pinball tables ever released, featured in Pinball Arcade on the PS4!

 

Check out a slice of history for each of the iconic tables featured…

Cirqus Voltaire™ (1997): The table features the first ever dot matrix display mounted in the playfield and a cannon- firing back box.  Rising and disappearing below the playfield are a jet bumper and a wise-cracking Ringmaster that taunts the player throughout various modes.

Attack From Mars™ (1995): With its open playfield and easy to understand rules, this table is a blast to play.  Features include a moving flying saucer in the middle of the playfield, dancing Martians and a functioning strobe light.

Medieval Madness™ (1997): Incorporating some wonderful humour within the game theme and overall game play, there’s something for everyone with a playfield that features damsels needing to be rescued from a dragon, peasants revolting, catapults to be launched to storm a fully animated castle that quivers and shakes once the drawbridge has been lowered. Add to this trolls that pop up from under the playfield and able assists from Merlin’s magic, this is one pinball table fit for a king (or even a queen).

Ripleys Believe it or Not® (2004): The goal was to make a pinball machine that appeals to the casual player as well as the expert, which is accomplished through a special feature aptly entitled “Believe it or Not.” This multi-level rule enables the beginning player to achieve some of the game’s goals early on and earn frequent multi-ball modes, while allowing the more advanced player to extend their opportunities through better play.

The Machine: Bride of Pin*Bot™ (1991): From the opening skill shot the quest is to bring the Bride to life with a sequence of shots up the Shuttle Ramp to first give her speech, then sight, and a dazzling, heart beating grand finale with the chance to join the Billionaire’s Club – the largest single scoring feature in pinball history.

Scared Stiff™ (1996):  is another amazing game featuring Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. It was designed by Mark Weyna and Dennis Nordman, who also designed Elvira and the Party Monsters™. The game features clearly defined goals as players are challenged with completing the six Tales of Terror in order to activate the Stiff-O-Meter. The ultimate goal is to rise to the level of Scared Stiff. A unique feature on this table is an industry-first, interactive 3-D backglass allowing players to choose rewards by stopping a spinning spider on the backglass.

No Good Gofers™ (1997): is another fabulous design by Pat Lawlor, designer of The Addams Family®, Twilight Zone®, and Ripley’s Believe it or Not!®. This table features many challenging modes for players as they attempt to complete rounds of golf. Unique features include two extremely rude gofers named Buzz and Bud who comment on the action and the Slam Ramp™, which allows players to launch balls at the upper playfield into a very small hole. This ‘Hole-in-One’ shot is often referred to as one of the greatest shots in pinball history.

Elvira and the Party Monsters™ (1989): was designed by noted industry veteran Dennis Nordman. He’s the mind behind other great games such as Scared Stiff™, White Water™ and Dr. Dude!™ During the final stages of production, Dennis was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident, so Steve and Mark Ritchie along with Jim Patla stepped in to help get the game into production. The game features an exciting Multi-Ball mode, a pair of dancing ‘Boogie Men’, Jumper Bumpers that jump up and down on the playfield and of course Elvira, Mistress of the Dark.

Tales of the Arabian Nights® (1996): The setting is ancient Baghdad where wishes can be granted in the ultimate battle to rescue the Princess from the clutches of an evil Genie who taunts all foes. There are jewels to be collected and a playfield that will have players spinning Aladdins Lamp, flying on Magic Carpet ramps or visiting the Bazaar for countless awards. With a deep set of rules, beautiful artwork, engaging voice over, and excellent sound effects, this is one of the most popular and highest rated tables of all time.

Black Hole™ (1981): This was the first table to feature the revolutionary lower-reversed playing surface. However, its biggest claim to fame is that it was the first accepted table that cost 50 cents to play, which quickly made it the highest earning pin game in the history of the industry. With its fast paced gameplay and unique feature set, this table is considered a classic that was ahead of its time.

Twilight Zone™ (1993): is based on the TV series of the same name and is arguably the most popular and complex pinball machine ever made. After the commercial success of The Addams Family®, Pat Lawlor was given free rein to create this brilliantly designed table. When it was released, Twilight Zone had more features with patents pending than any other game in history. Among its notable features is a fully functional gumball machine, an analog clock that functions as a timer in various modes, industry first MagnaFlip™ magnetic flippers and a unique ceramic pinball called the Powerball.

Funhouse™ (1990): Rudy is the star of this table!  His talking animatronic head responds in real-time to game events.  This includes taunting the player and following the ball with his eyes.  Rudy even gives each player a nickname such as “Chucky”, “Spunky”, “Bucko”, and “Slick” for the duration of the game.  The player’s primary goal is to advance the clock to midnight so that Rudy falls asleep.  While Rudy snores, shooting a ball into his open mouth starts 3-ball multi-ball and the potential for million-plus scoring.

Harley-Davidson® / Third Edition (1999): Designed by industry veterans, Lonnie D. Ropp and John Borg, this table grabs your attention with its chrome trim, classic rock n’ roll soundtrack and loud shaker motor that simulates the roar of a real Harley motor. The playfield features a player controlled up-post between the flippers and a 1/10 scale model of a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy® that does a wheelie to reveal a ball lock below it. This table was among the first to use three Multi-Ball modes: Speedometer Multi-Ball, Stop Light Multi-Ball and Harley Multi-Ball.

Taxi™ (1988): Players are given the role of being a taxi driver who must pick up a crazy cast of characters including former USSR leader Mikhail Gorbachev (Gorbie), Santa Claus, Dracula, Lola, and Pin*Bot™. In addition to its fun theme and clearly presented objectives, the game features non-stop action, a taxi meter, fast figure-eight ramps and an exciting Spinout skill shot.

Star Trek: The Next Generation™ (1993): Features include eight different U.S.S Enterprise missions, many Multi-Ball Modes, Holodeck Video Modes and opportunities to advance in rank. One unique feature is a patented, below the playfield multiple ball delivery system, which results in continuous gameplay when balls on the playfield fall into a cellar hole.

Gorgar™ (1979): was designed by Barry Oursler, a legendary designer who helped create many classics over two decades. His credits include: Pin•Bot, Cyclone, Comet, Space Shuttle, and Jungle Lord to name just a few. Gorgar was the very first talking pinball machine. With a vocabulary of seven words (Gorgar, Speaks, Beat, Me, You, Hurt, and Got), Gorgar is able to say phrases such as Gorgar speaks, Me Gorgar, beat me, and You hurt Gorgar. It has a magnetic Snake Pit that holds your ball captive as he thunders, Me got you. The audio also features a heartbeat sound that races faster and faster as the action of the gameplay builds up when the player is doing well.

Black Knight™ (1980): This table was the first ever to introduce a split-level playfield, with three ramps leading to and from the upper playfield. This classic also featured the first ever Magna-Save™: a magnet that allowed users to push a button which saves a ball from draining down the outlane.

Big Shot™ (1974): This table is the two player version of the 1973 table Hot Shot. This pool themed game is very popular among expert players and collectors because of the skill required to hit the 14 drop targets. There were only 2900 units manufactured despite the fact that the gameplay is now considered classic.

Monster Bash™ (1998):  The goal of the table is to get six of the most iconic Universal Studios Monsters® to form a band the likes of which has never been seen! If you can dig out the Mummy, he’ll dust himself off and plug in his bass. Dracula will fly out of his coffin, dying to sink his teeth into a mean guitar riff. The Creature from the Black Lagoon will crank on his sax! Frankenstein will jump off his slab and jam on his keyboard. The Bride of Frankenstein will start to sing about her Ball and Chain and the Wolfman will give you a howling drumbeat. With the help of the PHANTOM FLIP auto-play feature, you can let go of the flippers and watch the game complete your shots.

Theatre of Magic® (1995):  With a dazzling array of unique features, players will discover the wonders of The Magicians Trunk where balls can levitate and disappear, the powers of The Spirit Ring, a mysterious trap door leading to a haunted basement offering a host of surprises, and an amazing mirror that seems to be an impossible extension of the playfield in a quest to master 8 different mesmerizing illusions.

Creature from the Black Lagoon® (1992): “Creature” combines the excitement of watching a famous Universal® monster flick with the fun of a drive-in movie date. The player has to save their date from the Creature and is rewarded by seeing the world’s first ever pinball hologram! This classic table also features story and dialogue from the movie.

Genie™ (1979): Considered by many to be the best wide-body table of its era and possibly of all-time, a true Gottlieb® classic that is very addictive.  This table was designed with well thought-out objectives and features five flippers. Two flippers in the upper left corner create a mini playfield. 6,800 units of this table were produced.

 

 



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    Much-loved retro classic will be available to download for Xbox 360 (XBLA) very soon!

    Fancy a sneak preview of Putty in action? Of course you do!

    View the ‘stretch-tastic‘ new Putty Squad teaser trailer below:

    System 3 is proud to announce the return of one of gaming’s most loved mascots: Putty!

    The stretchy blue blob is all set to go digital in high resolution by way of the critically acclaimed Putty Squad videogame. Cited by many gaming publications as one of the best games of its time, Putty Squad follows the story of unlikely hero Putty in an old-skool platform-adventuring quest for his kidnapped friends.

    With reviews such as “this game is fantastic – 94%” (CU Amiga), “quite simply the best – 91%” (Amiga Power) and “just about perfect – 90%” (Amiga Format), there can be no doubting this game’s proven pedigree.

    Putty has the following abilities…

    The Stretch: Putty can stretch left, right, up and down in order to reach items and
    drop down to areas below him.

    Lie Flat: What better way of avoiding enemies than simply lying flat against the ground?

    Absorb: Items can be absorbed and used at a later date.

    Attack: Think there’s nothing more shocking than a fist made of putty? Well, there is.
    Throughout the game Putty will be able to upgrade his attacks, which range from a
    simple punch through to electrifying prods and putty darts.

    Inflate: Everyone knows that if you pump putty full of hot air it rises. Putty can inflate
    himself in order to scale otherwise unreachable heights but he can only hold his breath
    for so long!

    Putty Squad also now has redrawn graphics with three times the graphical fidelity, which means that Putty Squad looks just as stunning on the big screen in 1080p as it does on a handheld!

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      Much-loved retro classic returns for PS4, PS Vita, PS3, 3DS, Xbox 360, Windows 8 and more…

      Fancy a sneak preview of Putty in action? Of course you do!

      View the ‘stretch-tastic‘ new Putty Squad teaser trailer below:

      System 3 is proud to announce the return of one of gaming’s most loved mascots: Putty!

      The stretchy blue blob is all set to go digital in high resolution by way of the critically acclaimed Putty Squad videogame. Cited by many gaming publications as one of the best games of its time, Putty Squad follows the story of unlikely hero Putty in an old-skool platform-adventuring quest for his kidnapped friends.

      With reviews such as “this game is fantastic – 94%” (CU Amiga), “quite simply the best – 91%” (Amiga Power) and “just about perfect – 90%” (Amiga Format), there can be no doubting this game’s proven pedigree.

      DOWNLOADABLE FREE LEVELS

      The VITA version will also allow gamers access to a whole host of secret levels, which were previously not available. Gamers will be rewarded for their VITA support with nearly double the amount of levels. A number of these exclusive levels will only be unlocked as part of the VITA’s location-based services. These new levels will be released every 2 weeks, online through first party stores and sites.

      Putty has the following abilities…

      The Stretch: Putty can stretch left, right, up and down in order to reach items and
      drop down to areas below him.

      Lie Flat: What better way of avoiding enemies than simply lying flat against the ground?

      Absorb: Items can be absorbed and used at a later date.

      Attack: Think there’s nothing more shocking than a fist made of putty? Well, there is.
      Throughout the game Putty will be able to upgrade his attacks, which range from a
      simple punch through to electrifying prods and putty darts.

      Inflate: Everyone knows that if you pump putty full of hot air it rises. Putty can inflate
      himself in order to scale otherwise unreachable heights but he can only hold his breath
      for so long!

      Putty Squad is the perfect game for the touch screens of the iPhone and iPad. You can literally tap where you want to go and tap on items that you want to use or absorb. More details will be announced soon.

      Putty Squad also now has redrawn graphics with three times the graphical fidelity, which means that Putty Squad looks just as stunning on the big screen in 1080p as it does on a handheld!

      • RSM-HQ wrote on 9 April 2013 at 02:17

        Wanted this for awhile now, 2D platforming doesn’t get any better 🙂

      • Michael wrote on 27 March 2013 at 11:39

        I’m really looking forward to the return of this great Amiga classic! The new graphics look amazing!

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      Much-loved retro classic returns for PS4, PS Vita, PS3, 3DS, Xbox 360, Windows 8 and more…

      Fancy a sneak preview of Putty in action? Of course you do!

      View the ‘stretch-tastic‘ new Putty Squad teaser trailer below:

      System 3 is proud to announce the return of one of gaming’s most loved mascots: Putty!

      The stretchy blue blob is all set to go digital in high resolution by way of the critically acclaimed Putty Squad videogame. Cited by many gaming publications as one of the best games of its time, Putty Squad follows the story of unlikely hero Putty in an old-skool platform-adventuring quest for his kidnapped friends.

      With reviews such as “this game is fantastic – 94%” (CU Amiga), “quite simply the best – 91%” (Amiga Power) and “just about perfect – 90%” (Amiga Format), there can be no doubting this game’s proven pedigree.

      DOWNLOADABLE FREE LEVELS

      The VITA version will also allow gamers access to a whole host of secret levels, which were previously not available. Gamers will be rewarded for their VITA support with nearly double the amount of levels. A number of these exclusive levels will only be unlocked as part of the VITA’s location-based services. These new levels will be released every 2 weeks, online through first party stores and sites.

      Putty has the following abilities…

      The Stretch: Putty can stretch left, right, up and down in order to reach items and
      drop down to areas below him.

      Lie Flat: What better way of avoiding enemies than simply lying flat against the ground?

      Absorb: Items can be absorbed and used at a later date.

      Attack: Think there’s nothing more shocking than a fist made of putty? Well, there is.
      Throughout the game Putty will be able to upgrade his attacks, which range from a
      simple punch through to electrifying prods and putty darts.

      Inflate: Everyone knows that if you pump putty full of hot air it rises. Putty can inflate
      himself in order to scale otherwise unreachable heights but he can only hold his breath
      for so long!

      Putty Squad is the perfect game for the touch screens of the iPhone and iPad. You can literally tap where you want to go and tap on items that you want to use or absorb. More details will be announced soon.

      Putty Squad also now has redrawn graphics with three times the graphical fidelity, which means that Putty Squad looks just as stunning on the big screen in 1080p as it does on a handheld!

      • Ralf Hermesdorf wrote on 26 December 2013 at 11:12

        I’d love to get Putty Squad, but it doesn’t seem to be available on PSN, for the Vita :'(



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      POSTED BY System 3 ON

      Much-loved retro classic returns for PS4, PS Vita, PS3, 3DS, Xbox 360, Windows 8 and more…

      Fancy a sneak preview of Putty in action? Of course you do!

      View the ‘stretch-tastic‘ new Putty Squad teaser trailer below:

      System 3 is proud to announce the return of one of gaming’s most loved mascots: Putty!

      Putty-Squad-PC

      The stretchy blue blob is all set to go digital in high resolution by way of the critically acclaimed Putty Squad videogame. Cited by many gaming publications as one of the best games of its time, Putty Squad follows the story of unlikely hero Putty in an old-skool platform-adventuring quest for his kidnapped friends.

      With reviews such as “this game is fantastic – 94%” (CU Amiga), “quite simply the best – 91%” (Amiga Power) and “just about perfect – 90%” (Amiga Format), there can be no doubting this game’s proven pedigree.

      DOWNLOADABLE FREE LEVELS

      The WINDOWS 8 version will also allow gamers access to a whole host of secret levels, which were previously not available. Gamers will be rewarded for their WINDOWS 8 support with nearly double the amount of levels. These new levels will be released every 2 weeks, online through first party stores and sites.

      Putty has the following abilities…

      The Stretch: Putty can stretch left, right, up and down in order to reach items and
      drop down to areas below him.

      Lie Flat: What better way of avoiding enemies than simply lying flat against the ground?

      Absorb: Items can be absorbed and used at a later date.

      Attack: Think there’s nothing more shocking than a fist made of putty? Well, there is.
      Throughout the game Putty will be able to upgrade his attacks, which range from a
      simple punch through to electrifying prods and putty darts.

      Inflate: Everyone knows that if you pump putty full of hot air it rises. Putty can inflate
      himself in order to scale otherwise unreachable heights but he can only hold his breath
      for so long!

      Putty Squad is the perfect game for the touch screens of the iPhone and iPad. You can literally tap where you want to go and tap on items that you want to use or absorb. More details will be announced soon.

      Putty Squad also now has redrawn graphics with three times the graphical fidelity, which means that Putty Squad looks just as stunning on the big screen in 1080p as it does on a handheld!

      • CTOJAH wrote on 8 December 2014 at 10:16

        Hey Putty !
        Are You still alive ?
        Where is the PC (Steam) version ???
        We are almost in the next year (2015) and no love for windows ?!
        And please no BS with Win 8 exclusive !!!
        Thanks and Happy New Year, System 3 🙂

      • Joe Bloggs wrote on 3 December 2014 at 06:56

        Theres been no mention of this game for ages. Is it dead now?

      • Hesitant wrote on 19 November 2014 at 08:22

        Is there a release date for the pc version?

      • fluffy bunny wrote on 9 September 2014 at 08:52

        Where can I buy the PC-version of Putty Squad?

      • Harmik wrote on 26 August 2014 at 11:33

        When will this be out for Windows 8

        Cheers

      • System 3 wrote on 9 June 2014 at 03:17

        PS3 version is finished and waiting in the warehouse for the XBLA version to be approved which is expected within the next fortnight along with a Steam version 🙂

      • figurehead71 wrote on 7 June 2014 at 08:02

        Has this been cancelled on PC & PS3? I think its been through several release dates now.

      • Henk wrote on 5 April 2014 at 09:59

        What is the release date of the pc version (win 7) and where can i get it?

      • Jase wrote on 9 February 2014 at 08:50

        When can I buy the xbox360 version? Desperate to play it.

      • System 3 wrote on 21 May 2013 at 02:59

        Hi Dogboy, we intend to release Windows 7 and Windows 8 versions.

      • Dogboy wrote on 18 May 2013 at 05:04

        Will Putty Squad be available for PC formats other than Windows 8. Windows 7 for example?

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