Bossa Studios and Indie Developer Mike Bithell announce today that the breakout indie hit Thomas Was Alone is now available on Android tablet devices via Google Play, and an introductory price of £2.49 / $3.99. But that’s not all, because Thomas and friends are now playable as pocket-sized pals on iPhone from today, also priced £2.49 / $3.99 and available via the App Store.
The special price of £2.49 / $3.99 is available until Monday 28 th July, after which Thomas will revert to £3.99 / $5.99.
Thomas Was Alone for mobile follows the gentle geometric adventures of a group of quirky quadrilaterals, with the controls lovingly re-designed to provide a fully optimized touch–screen experience.
Mike Bithell’s creation is given a compelling narration via Danny Wallace’s BAFTA-award winning voice-over, and is accompanied by a magnificent electronic soundtrack composed by David Housden.
Thomas Was Alone received additional BAFTA nominations for Best Story and Best Music, and following the overwhelming critical and commercial reception on Steam and PlayStation Vita, Bossa Studios stepped in to help realize the anticipated release for mobile devices.
About Bossa Studios
London-based Bossa Studios is an indie games developer and publisher founded in 2010, and was awarded the Develop Excellence Award for best ‘New Studio’ in 2012. Creators of the critically acclaimed, BAFTA nominated Surgeon Simulator, BAFTA winning Monstermind, and the BAFTA nominated Merlin: The Game, the company has brought a new take on how indie and social games are played and discovered. With their games being played by millions of gamers worldwide, Bossa aims to create a new breed of entertainment in multiple platforms.