Schrödinger’s Cat And The Raiders Of The Lost Quark Launches On Consoles Next Week

Quickly climbing to the top of the table of game titles I really hate typing out, Schrödinger’s Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark will also be landing on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One next week. This follows on from a successful launch on Steam last year.

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The game is is part combat-platformer, part logic-puzzler, part open-world explorer, part character-driven adventure, set in The Particle Zoo. Schrödinger’s Cat can combine fourteen abilities to solve over 30 levels of quantum physics fun.

PS4 and Xbox One owners can grab the game for £6.99/€8.99/$9.99 on Wednesday 13th May, unless you’re a PlayStation owner in the US, in which case you will be able to get their hands on the game a day early on Tuesday 12th May.

Update: We erroneously stated that there was no mention of a US Xbox One release, when Xbox releases are global.

Source: Press release

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5 Comments

  1. I heard it’s also not launching next Wednesday.

    It’ll be both launched and not launched until someone at Sony looks to see if they managed to successfully update the store without any problems for a change. At which point everyone gets confused apart from physicists who will declare “Yes, that shit happens all the time, you get used to it. Or at least try and ignore it”.

    • I read the first sentence of this and was about to double check my emails…. but then I saw what you did there.

      • Sorry. In future I shall give clear warning of any incoming physics jokes. Along with links to websites explaining them. (Although obviously any website that claims it can explain or understand quantum physics is lying)

    • That’s gotta be comment of the week Mr Yd.
      Or not.

      ;-)

      • I guess we find out when someone looks.

        And technically what you meant there was “And not”. The whole quantum cat shenanigans thing isn’t that it’s dead or alive and you don’t know until you look. It’s that it’s dead _and_ alive and you don’t know until you look. Then you’ve got a box with a dead cat in. Or possibly a box with a really angry cat in.

        It might possibly have been dead all along once you open the box, but that might involve more than one universe and deciding which interpretation of quantum mechanics is right. Which is obviously not something to do on a Saturday night. (A choice between Netflix demanding my attention or a guaranteed Nobel prize? ;)

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