After landing on iPad earlier this year, Mike Bithell's boxy puzzle platformer Thomas Was Alone is now also available on both iPhone and Android.

The game stars Thomas - a red rectangular chunk of artificial intelligence who must learn to work with a cast of different boxes (of all shapes and colours) to solve puzzles and finish levels.

The whole thing is narrated by Danny Wallace - aka the guy who wrote Yes Man and the annoying British bloke from Assassin's Creed.

In his Silver Award review of the iPad version, Harry called Thomas Was Alone "an eminently entertaining slab of balanced indie-platforming fun". Then again, Mike was a little less keen on the Vita version.

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Aptly enough, you can now play the game on rectangles of all sizes as the game works on iPhone and a whole litany of Android-powered gizmos.

On iOS, Thomas Was Alone is now a universal app. And Android gamers can grab the game from Google Play or the Amazon Appstore.

It's currently £2.49 / $3.99 on all mobile devices and stores, until July 28th, when Thomas will revert to £3.99 / $5.99.