MouseCraft gameplay trailer looks cheesy (literally)
Curve Studios has released a new gameplay trailer for Crunching Koalas’ upcoming PlayStation Vita puzzle game, MouseCraft. Described as a combination between Tetris and Lemmings, MouseCraft is a puzzle video game where players help mice in their endless quest for cheese by stacking blocks named Tetrominos.
With the new trailer we meet Schrödinger, a crazy cat scientist that will appear in all 80 levels of the game. About this character we know that he lives in a distant world of Cohesia and he dedicated his whole life to studying the concept of creating energy from „mice motion”.
But his efforts have not yet resulted in any particular discoveries or inventions and as in every other science project the funds are limited. After multiple attempts on making his project work, Schrödinger runs dry of cheese and is forced to spend all his savings to buy the few last pieces of cheese.
These could be Schrödinger’s last chance to make his invention to work and the players will have to help him. To achieve that, every part of the machine must be functional which means that every mouse must reach to its cheese.
Check out the trailer below and remember that MouseCraft launches for PS Vita on 9th July 2014.
Source: PlayStation Blog
Official Website: Mouse-Craft.com