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  • 31stCenturyMatt

    Quantum Conundrum for Xbox Live Arcade is on sale this week for those with a Gold account. Get it for 480 Microsoft points (6.00 USD) until Monday, April 29, 2013.

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  • 17Nanorobin

    Quantum Conundrum 2

    February 22, 2013 by 17Nanorobin

    Hey guys! I think that since there is a game entitled, "Quantum Conundrum", I was thinking and, I think there may be a sequel entitled, "Quantum Conundrum 2". I wonder if it is real and when it will come out.

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  • 31stCenturyMatt

    Beginning in February PlayStation Plus members in Europe will be able to play Quantum Conundrum as part of the Instant Game Collection.

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  • 31stCenturyMatt

    Quantum Conundrum is now part of the Instant Game Collection for PlayStation Plus members.

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  • 31stCenturyMatt

    IKE-aramba! is now out on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade! It costs 2.99 USD, or 240 Microsoft Points. IKE-aramba! is also already available on Steam.

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  • 31stCenturyMatt

    Soundtrack

    August 28, 2012 by 31stCenturyMatt

    Also released today was the Quantum Conundrum Soundtrack. It is available for digital download through Steam for 4.99 USD and free to owners of the Season Pass.

    Once downloaded it can be found where Steam is installed, ("C:\Program Files" or "C:\Program Files (x86)" on Windows), in the directory "Steam\steamapps\common\Quantum Conundrum\QC_soundtrack".

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  • 31stCenturyMatt

    IKE-aramba!

    August 28, 2012 by 31stCenturyMatt

    IKE-aramba! is now out for PC on Steam! It is available to anyone who has the Season Pass, or 2.99 USD otherwise. This level pack will be released on consoles in mid-September.

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  • 31stCenturyMatt

    The Desmond Debacle is now out for all platforms! It includes six new levels and five new achievements and trophies. Look for it on the Steam Store, Xbox Live Arcade, or PlayStation Network for 2.99 USD, or 240 Microsoft Points.

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  • Soldierscuzzy

    Quantum Conundrum, the new game designed by Kim Swift, has just released to strong reviews. Kim's previous work includes one of the best received games of all time, Portal. Both games are first-person puzzle games that feature innovative gameplay elements and mind-bending levels. How does Quantum Conundrum compare to Portal? You decide!

    Story
    Portal is noted for having a dark-but-hilarious story line. Quantum Conundrum is a lighter tone, where you must rescue your Uncle from his own inventions. Both feature funny narrators, the key difference being one is a crazy Uncle guiding you to save him, and the other is a robotic artificial intelligence that is running grim science experiments on you.



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  • Pheopheonix1234

    Start

    August 29, 2011 by Pheopheonix1234

    Please Help the Wiki, if you are a fan or just have heard about it make edits for the Wiki.

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