The Impossible Game is now available on the PlayStation®Store

Prague, September 8 th 2011. The Impossible Game, an indie hit platformer originally developed by FlukeDude, is now available on PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system, developed and published by Grip Games.

The Impossible Game is a rhythm-based platformer game where a single mistake puts you back at the beginning of the level. Original gameplay, great soundtrack and retro graphics add up to a game described by Destructoid as “insanely addictive".

As well as the original levels and level packs, this version of The Impossible Game also contains a new level exclusive to the PlayStation®Network, making it the definitive version and a must-buy for fans of the series.

The game is now available on the PlayStation®Store across all regions, priced at 2.99USD/ 1.99EUR and with additional discounts for PlayStation®Plus subscribers.

For more information about the game, please visit:

You can also view a trailer here:

About FlukeDude

FlukeDude is a UK-based independent game developer who develops Flash, Xbox 360 and iPhone games.

About Grip Digital

Grip Digital s.r.o. is a developer and publisher of video games, based in Prague, Czech Republic and is using the trademark “Grip Games”.

With extensive skills from mobile games development, Grip’s team has a great knowledge of gaming on portable platforms and its specifics and is dedicated to bringing the best games via digital distribution channels.

Grip Digital is also looking for great and innovative titles and promising teams to help them publish their games for all the major gaming platforms.  

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