There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is an upcoming point and click, comedy adventure from French developer Draw Me A Pixel. They've revealed today that game will release for PC on August 6th, but more pertinently for us, they also announced it will be heading for iOS and Android later this year.
There's clearly some delightful meta nonsense at play with the game from the moment you read the game's description of over on its Steam page. The developers describe it as not really being a game, at least it doesn't wish to be. Things get even more strange, in a very good way, if you watch the embedded trailer below.
It will see you take on the role of 'the user' an irritating gamer who wouldn't accept that there was no game to be found. After too much tinkering and consequently breaking the software, you're sucked into another dimension where you'll have to team up with a talking program to find your way back home.
This will see you having to solve a plethora of puzzles in a variety of different scenes. Each of these is a parody of a well-known game such as Papers Please or Superhot. The puzzles will require players to think outside the box and there will apparently be a hint system available for those who can't.
There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension will be available on Steam on August 6th before heading to the App Store and Google Play later this year, though there's no word on a date just yet. Similarly, there are no details on price but we'll be sure to update you when we learn more.On the hunt for more puzzles games to play on your phone? Here are 25 of the best available for iPhone and iPad