Blackhole: Complete Edition Launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with Launch Trailer

FiolaSoft Studio announces the console launch of its popular puzzle game Blackhole: Complete Edition with a silly launch trailer.

on August 8, 2017 8:38 PM

FiolaSoft Studio has announced that it 2015 PC title Blackhole has finally made its way to consoles with the Blackhole: Complete Edition out now for $14.99.

If you played the original Blackhole, then you know it was about 20 hours of story-driven science fiction comedy combined with some rather difficult puzzles: 130 of them, to be exact. Plus, there are hundreds of secrets to discover!

When the crew of spaceship Endera survive being pulled into a black hole, they find themselves crash-landed on a planet that becomes known as Entity. As the first to awaken after the crash, save for the ship’s sarcastic A.I. Auriel, you need to come up with a plan to fix the ship, return to Earth, and close the black hole that threatens everything. Of course, you’ll need to get through the gravity-defying puzzles and deadly traps first.

With Blackhole: Complete Edition, console owners will get the base game along with a playable concept version, a challenge vault with online leaderboards, developer diaries, digital artbook, original soundtrack, hi-resolution wallpapers and collector cards. All of that for $14.99!

Blackhole: Complete Edition is now available on the PlayStation Store and Xbox One online store. You can see the game’s official console launch trailer below.

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