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Mechanically, some of the perspective-warping stuff that Mirror Drop does reminds me of Stereopolis, one of the Leftfield Collection games at EGX Rezzed this year, although this is much more overtly a puzzle game, wheras Stereopolis was more of a casual exploration experience with some light puzzle bits on the side.

There's a decent amount of weird colour-shifting, reality-bending meat on Mirror Drop's bones. The developer estimates it'll take you a bit over three hours to get through its 25 levels. The game runs on a bespoke ray-tracing engine, so there's not a single polygon on show as most GPUs would define them. It's all spheres, cubes and cylinders, with nary a triangle in sight. It's an impressive technical feat, and apparently took a full year and a half to make, which makes it all the more surprising that you can grab the whole thing for free, so if you like it, considering throwing the developer a few bucks.

Panic says that over 250 developers now have a system in hand. In addition to third-party games, Playdate will ship with a unique season pass system where customers will receive 12 free games with the price of the console. Said games will arrive once a week for 12 weeks, automatically downloaded to the machine over Wi-Fi. Among the developers already working on launch titles for the unit are Bennett Foddy (Getting Over It), Keita Takahashi (Katamari Damacy), and Chuck Jordan (Sam & Max).

Alex Santa Maria is a writer, editor, and critic based out of the Sunshine State. Raised on a healthy diet of gaming mags at an Xbox LAN center, Alex is an enthusiast who loves shooters, roguelikes, and arcade-style games. He has an unhealthy obsession with bad movies, a love of the 1980s, and the skills to rack up a high score on your local pinball table. When not covering the latest news on Screen Rant, you may find his byline on a growing number of webzones, including GameRevolution, TechRaptor, Mandatory, and WrestleZone.


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