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The Entropy Centre Now Available

Players will be able to think in reverse and outsmart the impossible with the release of Playstack and Stubby Games’ The Entropy Centre on PC and consoles.

In this title, players will wield a talking gun named ASTRA that can move objects back in time. With this new weaponry in hand, players are tasked with overcoming complex puzzle rooms in order to progress to the core of The Entropy Centre facility.

Learn more with the launch trailer below:

The Entropy Centre – Official Launch Trailer *OUT NOW*

According to Playstack chief executive Harvey Elliott.

“We were blown away by the sheer number of people who played and loved The Entropy Centre’s demo at NextFest, and as an expression of gratitude to our amazing community, we have decided to keep the demo live on Steam indefinitely.” Harvey Elliott

Elliott added:

“We’ve always been huge believers in The Entropy Centre, and to see it receive overwhelming praise for its brilliant puzzles and razor-sharp humour is a wonderful validation. With today’s worldwide launch, we are delighted that players can finally experience the game for themselves.”Harvey Elliott

The game is available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Source: Press Release
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