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Rotastic launched on XBLA, trailer released

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Developer Dancing Dots' weird one-button physics-based casual game Rotastic has hit Xbox Live Arcade, and the best way to describe it is as a variant on the iOS hit Cut the Rope.

Rotastic arrives on XBLA on 21st September

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Rotastic, a 2D arcade game developed by Dancing Dots, will be released on Xbox Live Arcade on 21st September, 2011. It will cost you 800 MS Points.

Rotastic is described as an "easy-to-learn" game that doesn't take itself too seriously. Players collect items, escape deadly traps, send their opponents flying to their doom, smash bricks, execute aerial acrobatics and can even try to top the fastest speedruns. The solo campaign consists of 7 different worlds with 70 levels on offer in total.

2D arcade-puzzler Rotastic heading to XBLA, PSN and PC soon

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Publisher Focus Home Interactive announce that Rotastic, developed by Dancing Dots, will soon be on Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network and PC desktops.

We hook our ropes at anchor points throughout the game's levels to "spin around, gather momentum and release" our way around the puzzles. Almost 70 levels.

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