Quantum Conundrum makes its console debut today on PSN, with the XBLA version due out tomorrow, July 11.
This quirky little puzzle adventure from Airtight Games and Portal co-creator Kim Swift debuted first on PC as a downloadable title. The PSN and upcoming XBLA versions will be priced at $14.99 or 1200 Microsoft Points, just like the PC version; picking the game up with a Steam pass marks it up a tad to $19.99.
In addition to the game, Quantum Conundrum avatar and themes are also being released to each respective console, so if you're into those little extras, they're available whenever the game is.
Players step into the shoes of a young boy who has gone to stay with his odd but brilliant scientist of an uncle, Professor Fitz Quadwrangle. During his visit, one of his uncle's experiments backfires, ruining the man's memory and sending him into a pocket dimension. Fortunately, he can still communicate with his nephew, and the two must work together to set things right... by dimension hopping. And really, who wouldn't want to explore the fluffy dimension?