iconI'm not even going to pretend like I understand the fundamentals of a particle collider, so maybe they do have little men jumping around inside them. But, I do know that Boson X looks great. Described as a "rotational runner," it's a runner that stars a tiny man running and jumping around in a particle collider's ever-shifting landscape. With a touch of Super Hexagon's style and a brilliant art direction, too, it definitely seems like a game we should keep our eye on.

We've got a look at the game just below, courtesy a trailer. The game's creators say it will ship at the end of the month as a free-to-play game on PC, Mac, and Linux, while a paid iOS version will follow soon after that.

We'll definitely keep you in the loop on this, as it looks pretty good right? Now excuse us while I try to figure out what this particle collider thing is all about.

[via PocketGamer]

  • Infinity89

    I think Super Hexagon started it all. It's free so I'll give it a shot.

    • coolpepper43

      This game is nothing like SH. This game reminds me of the flash game where you avoid obstacles by jumping and rotating the walls around you. You could say that game started it all.

  • RamazAdelphos

    This game looks like 2 things

    1)super battery sucker
    2)epileptic Nightmare

  • tannerdactyl

    I'm pretty sure they mean "free as in beer" and not "free as in FarmVille" for the computer version.

  • JohnnyHand

    "Keep you in the loop" - BAHAHAHAHA!!!

    All joking aside, this looks like fun times.

  • sweetdiss

    *Ehem*
    And I'd thought this genre Hadron its course!

  • Scot D

    Someone beat me to it.

    This has epilepsy written all over it.

  • DannyTheElite

    This looks more likely to give seizures than beat hazard on 200% effects

    • Taclys

      Hopefully they have settings to turn it down/off, like In Beat Hazard.

  • phonecats

    looks like Greedy Dwarf beta

  • Smaug

    I hope they put in the option to turn off music so you can play your own music.

  • Ian MacLarty

    Just to clarify that the PC, Mac and Linux versions will be completely free and not just free-to-play. i.e. no IAP or DRM.

  • rewyan

    Wait, free to play on PC but not iOS? I'll just play it on my PC then.

    Also, the graphics look a bit cheesy, but maybe it's a low budget indie dev, so I don't want to be too harsh. Great concept though.