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Warp Previews - PS3

Warp
Game Description: Warp is a unique stealth action game that features a top-down sci-fi world with a distinctive art style, addicting levels, hazardous traps and challenging puzzles.
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    Warp PAX Prime 2011 Preview -- Close Encounters of the Potentialy Deadly/Adorable Kind

    Trapdoor's top-down stealth action puzzle little Warp is the kind of quirky, easy to grasp/exponentially challenging game that has made the downloadable space such a vibrant and rich one over the past few years. We put in some hands on time with the game at PAX Prime 2011, and came away itching for more.

    Posted: Aug 29, 2011


  • Warp PS3 Teaser Trailer

    Posted: March 14, 2012

    431 Views | 00:34

  • WARP Launch Trailer

    Posted: February 15, 2012

    1,467 Views | 00:54

  • Warp "Echo & Swap" Trailer

    Posted: October 25, 2011

    1,291 Views | 01:16

  • Warp PAX 2011 Official Trailer

    Posted: August 29, 2011

    619 Views | 01:36

  • WARP Game Features and Story Interview

    Posted: March 17, 2011

    1,035 Views | 02:31

 


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