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Puzzle Adventure Lume Comes to Android, Kindle Fire and Nook Devices

State of Play Games announced today the launch of Lume, the award-winning puzzle adventure game made entirely from paper and cardboard, on Google Play for Android, Kindle Fire and NOOK. Following on from its huge success on the PC, Mac App Store and iOS Lume brings a fresh and beautiful approach to games and has a tactility and charm perfect for these new handheld devices.

Lume is a game with a style unlike any other, with a handmade set filmed in sumptuous high definition.  The Android, Kindle Fire and NOOK versions now have a higher resolution than the original and look gorgeous on these devices.

You play as a young girl called Lumi. Power to your Grandad’s house has failed. What’s more, he’s nowhere to be seen. Immerse yourself in Lume’s photoreal world, solve perplexing paper puzzles to help restore the power, and uncover a deeper mystery behind the blackout.

Beautifully animated with handcrafted care, this illuminating puzzle adventure game will test your visual, aural and memory skills.

The game is available to download right now for all supported Android phones, Kindle Fire and the NOOK.

Selected reviews:

“Charming to the extreme.” – Games TM

“The entire title is so memorable thanks to its unique style that I find it hard to forget the tiny house in which Lume takes place. If you are looking for an adventure based puzzler that is a little different from the norm, then look no further than Lume.” – AppSafari

“[Lume] looks to make us proud of doing our best by the world and ourselves. It’s a nice feeling to be honest, and it adds to the game’s already considerable charm.” – Toucharcade
“Judging a game by its looks is wrong, but if you feel like doing it Lume is every bit as charming and endearing as your judgement might suggest.” – Pocket Gamer

“Undoubtedly one of the most unique-looking games around.” – Eurogamer

“The best of point and click gaming… amazing visual presentation.” – Jay is Games

“Wow! The effect is breathtaking.” – Rock, Paper, Shotgun

“A rare treat. Even Lume’s main menu is more beautiful than most big-budget shooters.” – Bit-Gamer

Awards:

*** Finalist at IGF 2012: Excellence in Visual Art ***
*** Winner Develop Indie Showcase 2012 ***
*** Finalist at Jay is Games Best of 2011 ***
*** Finalist Best European Adventure Game at European Games Awards 2012 ***

Luke Whittaker, Director of State of Play Games says “We are extremely excited about launching Lume to these new devices and markets. We are pleased to be able to finally satisfy those fans of Lume had have been asking for it on their Android device, Nook or Kindle Fire for a while, we are proud to say that Lume is finally here for you. The game is now in a higher resolution than the original game and is perfect for the handheld market. It’s such exciting times and we are looking forward to seeing new audiences discovering the charm of Lume

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