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‘escapeVektor’ 50% Off Over Next Three Weeks

Australian games developer Nnooo have announced their critically acclaimed and award winning title escapeVektor, will be reduced by 50% over the next 3 weeks.


The sale will take place on the 3DS eShop and Vita’s PSN Store across the US, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Analog Addiction reviewed escapeVektor giving the retro puzzler an 8.2, calling it “an addictive piece of classic gaming, produced in the modern generation.

escapeVektor was released in December 2012/January 2013 for both handheld consoles, but there has been no better time to buy.

This is a great opportunity to snap up a copy of our award-winning game,” said Bruce Thomson, Business & Marketing Director at Nnooo. “With 150 levels, 3 types of online leaderboard and the escapeVektor Wildcard system which gives you the chance to double your leaderboard score, this sale represents fantastic value for money.”

escapeVektor‘s nostalgic soundtrack is also on sale for 3 weeks from cdbaby, or via the studios Facebook page at a astonishing 75% discount (Now $1.99US) . “You can now grab the full game and original soundtrack for less than the normal price of the game” said Thomson.


The details of these discounted prices are located below, with PlayStation Plus users also receiving an additional 10% discount.

Nintendo 3DS

Europe, Australia & New Zealand – March 28th to April 11th; reduced from €10 to €5. US – April 4th to April 18th; reduced from US$9.99 to US$4.99.

PlayStation Vita

Europe, Australia & New Zealand – April 3rd to April 17th; reduced from €9.99 to €4.99. US – March 26th to April 9th; reduced from US$9.99 to US$4.99.

Jamie Briggs manages Analog Addiction and you can like them on Facebook, follow his daily life on Twitter @JamieAA and his videos on YouTube.

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