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They Need To Be Fed developer bringing Karoshi to iPhone and iPad

Survival is overrated

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Product: Karoshi | Publisher: YoYo Games | Genre: Platform, Puzzle
For:   Also on: iPhonePSPiPad
 
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Following the success of the interesting and quirky They Need To Be Fed, YoYo Games is bringing Karoshi to iOS on February 9th.

Karoshi is a puzzle-platformer with a twist. Taking on the role of Mr Karoshi, an overworked and unhappy salaryman, you have to complete various logic puzzles in pursuit of your own demise.

Karoshi contains 50 levels of dark humour, all of which are said to require “Outside the box” thinking. A catchy soundtrack by Jake Almond and a Karoshi-ware mini-games are also present.

As a free-to-play web game, Karoshi has received praise including an 'Internet game of the month' award from Edge Magazine, and a place in the top five PC games of 2008 from Wired.com.

Karoshi will be available on the App Store from February 9th and will cost 59p / 99c.
 

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Anthony Usher 4 February 2011
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