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Puzzle Dimension

3D puzzler now available for Mac via Steam.

Doctor Entertainment AB, a Swedish independent game developer, launches Puzzle Dimension for Mac on Steam today. The game is available at 33% off now through September 1st, 2010, 10AM Pacific Time.

The Mac version of Puzzle Dimension is a native port of the PC version which was released earlier this summer.

Puzzle Dimension is a "easy to learn hard to master" 3D puzzle game. The player is invited to 100 unique labyrinth-like structures. In Puzzle Dimension gravity depends on your movement, up and down are relative terms. Classic game play elements such as fire, ice, spikes, buttons and hidden sections give the player a diverse range of problems and satisfying eureka moments.

The abstract game world is visualized by the in-house engine which allows the audiovisuals to blend depending on the player's progress. When the player moves the retro inspired pixelblocks explodes revealing high end graphics.

Doctor Entertainment plans to release versions of Puzzle Dimension to the Apple platforms iPad and iPhone later this year.

About Doctor Entertainment

Doctor Entertainment AB was founded in May 2009 by developer veterans Jesper Rudberg and Anders Pistol. Together they have over 20 years of game development experience from companies like Starbreeze Studios and EA/Dice where they worked on several multimillion selling AAA games.

Doctor Entertainment is an independent games studio located in Uppsala, Sweden. They develop and publish their own IP:s via digital distribution. Puzzle Dimension is the studio's first game.

More information about the game can be found on http://www.puzzledimension.com/mac

Contact person Jesper Rudberg +46 (0)739-317273, jesper@doctorentertainment.com

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