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Boxed Editions of Lumo Will Soon Be Available

Boxed Editions of Lumo Will Soon Be Available

Boxed Editions of Lumo Will Soon Be Available

Own a physical copy of the isometric arcade-adventure from Rising Star Games and Helsinki-based indie developer Triple Eh?/Gareth Noyce


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Lumo: A Puzzle-Platformer With a Name That Means “Enchantment” in Finnish – May 3, 2016

Publisher Rising Star Games has announced that boxed editions of the critically-acclaimed isometric platformer Lumo, from developer Triple Eh?/Gareth Noyce, will be made available as follows:

-On PlayStation®4 at participating retailers in the USA on August 30 (priced at $19.99)

-On PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®Vita at participating retailers in Europe on September 9th (priced at £19.99/€19.99)

Martin Defries, Managing Director, Rising Star Games: Lumo is a very special game to us. Having nurtured the project along its development journey and working so closely with the extremely creative talent at Triple Eh?, it is a game we wholeheartedly believe in and a game we want to continue to bring to as wide an audience as possible.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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