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Max: The Curse of Brotherhood draws a bridge to the Xbox 360 and PC

Press Play’s excellent platformer has made the jump from the Xbox One to the 360 and the PC.

A puzzler/platformer with some gorgeous graphics, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood takes a young boy (Max) and sets him on an adventure in a weird fantasy realm where a monster (of his crafting) has stolen away too with his brother- hence the name. It’s up to Max to get his little bro back and use the magic of a special marker that he carries with him to actually bend the world to his will.

Yes, it’s as cool as it sounds, and now Max has tripled his exposure with versions available on the Xbox 360 and the PC.

“We put a lot of love and hard work into bringing Max to Xbox 360 and PC ,” said Mikkel Thorsted, Creative Director. “The most important thing for us was to bring over the quality and atmosphere from the Xbox One version to these platforms and I am really proud of what we have accomplished.”

Both new editions will cost you $14.99 USD, which is the same price as Max’ Xbox One adventure. You can find our review of that version of the game, right here.

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