Funky Lab Rat Coming to PSN This Month



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Funky Lab Rat, a game developed by Hydravision Games, will be heading to the PlayStation 3 later this month (November 24th in Europe and November 30th in the US). Here is a basic premise of the game:

The action is set in a lab, where players become Diego, a very cool, super-powered funky lab rat who decides it’s time to break free! Player’s mission is to make it through the final lab gate by crossing over pits and overcoming obstacles! All the items must be carefully placed and synchronized for the escape to work. If your synchronization doesn’t work, you can try again by rewinding time so you don’t have to re-start the level every time.

You an control the game using either the Dualshock 3 or the Move controller. From the looks of the trailer, it looks like it will be pretty fun. There will be 81 levels in all, with plenty of physics-based gameplay to help with the challenge. Not bad for a game that pretty much came out of nowhere.
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FUNKY LAB RAT SCAMPERS TO PLAYSTATION®3 COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM
THIS MONTH; BECOME A SUPER-POWERED RAT AND ESCAPE FROM LAB CAPTIVITY;
FIRST TRAILER RELEASED

To make your exciting escape, you can stop time and rearrange 81
levels in 10 worlds thanks to the PlayStation®Move motion controller
or a DUALSHOCK®3 wireless controller.
The game will be available for download on November 24th in Europe and
on November 30th in America.

FRANCE – 15 NOVEMBER, 2010 – Hydravision Entertainment announced
today its super-challenging action and puzzle platformer Funky Lab Rat
will scamper to PlayStation 3 system on November 24th in Europe and on
November 30th in America.
Funky Lab Rat is an exclusive to Playstation 3 system at launch and
will be available for download on the PlayStation®Store in both
America and Europe.
Thanks to its original and energizing gameplay players will manipulate
time, space and gravity!
Using a PlayStation®Move motion controller or a DUALSHOCK®3 wireless
controller: freeze time, stop the action and even rewind to re-arrange
and place the available items to facilitate your fast escape.
Think it’s easy to be a running rat? It’s because you haven’t
been exploring yet one of the 10 worlds yet with an increasing level
of difficulty! Just check out the first Funky Lab Rat trailer here and

Connect on the official website to discover more about what awaits you
in Diego’s world at http://www.funkylabrat.com.
The Funky Lab Rat challenge: Get out! Stop time, organize,
synchronize, and re-start time!
The action is set in a lab, where players become Diego, a very cool,
super-powered funky lab rat who decides it’s time to break free!
Player’s mission is to make it through the final lab gate by
crossing over pits and overcoming obstacles! All the items must be
carefully placed and synchronized for the escape to work. If your
synchronization doesn’t work, you can try again by rewinding time so
you don’t have to re-start the level every time.

One of the 81 challenges in Funky Lab Rat is figuring out how to stand
on end three columns in the pit and put boxes on top of each column to
create an escape bridge across the deadly pit. Once you have it
figured out, stop the action (gravity, too!), then re-start the action
and make your escape!
But, it’s one thing to create an escape bridge, but it’s quite
another challenge to cross that bridge when the columns are teetering
and the boxes are moving.
It’s not so easy!
Getting through 81 levels will keep your little rat busy for hours!
So, how resourceful a rat are you?

Funky Lab Rat is rated PEGI 3+, ESRB “E”, and USK 0.

The game will be available in English, Spanish, German, French and
Italian at launch.

“PlayStation” and “DUALSHOCK” is a registered trademark of Sony
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Written by: Jay - Community Manager / Editor-In-Chief


  1. #1 by EdEN on November 17th, 2010 [ 136065 Points ]

    Good thing I checked the main page since I was just about to submit a post about the game. Looking forward to it since I love physics based games and the ability to rewind time adds a little extra PoP to it.

  2. #2 by hobbes on November 17th, 2010 [ 30071 Points ]

    kind of reminds me more of Braid more than PoP

  3. #3 by Oly on November 17th, 2010 [ 131925 Points ]

    oohh… Na+ .. this might teach some chemistry!!


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