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Up Left Out is 'Klocki' developer's newest puzzler and it's coming to iOS and Android this month

And you can try it now if you can't wait

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Product: Up Left Out | Publisher: Rainbow Train
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
In the E3 aftermath we're stoked to learn that Rainbow Train (Klocki, PUSH, Hook) has a new puzzler on the way called Up Left Out. Better still, it's launching on iOS and Android on June 27th for 99p/99c, so there's no time to wait at all. 

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If you're unfamiliar with Rainbow Train's work - and I'd suggest getting familiar with it - the developer's style is to work around minimalism and give players a relaxed experience. Up Left Out is no different in this case. 

As it says in its press release, "It's a game about unlocking stuff" and that's pretty much it. There's no text to tell you what to do, just your own intuition and the game's clever design to guide you through. There aren't any scores or timers, just things to solve and unlimited time to do it in.

I'm personally looking forward to it, but I'm a fan of the games so why wouldn't I? If you want to try it out right now you can give it a whirl on Kongregate. Otherwise you can pre-order it on the App Store if you fancy. 
 

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Emily Sowden 14 June 2018
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