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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Bloober Team, the developers behind A-Men and the upcoming Basement Crawl, today released a PS Vita bundle pack of A-Men 1 & 2 for 12.99 EUR and will be seeing a North American release in January. The series is a nostalgic logic platformer which takes influences from the likes of Lemmings and The Lost Viking with a focus on difficulty and a strong replay value. With both games together this is sure to be the most challenging experience available on PSN. Guide the five characters through many different worlds and expansive levels to get them safely to their helicopter. Every character has special abilities that allow you to approach every challenge in a different way, but we worked very hard to ensure that it did not make the game easy in any way. This is a true challenge for true gamers.

If you love nostalgic games with a beautiful art direction and you are up for a real challenge, the A-Men series is for you.

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