Should you occasionally frequent the Nintendo or PC scenes, then you may well have stumbled upon a fun little puzzler called Ping 1.5+. And if you did, then you’ll probably be interested to hear that it’s all now been remade for Xbox One, as the team at Nami Tentou launch PING REDUX!

Pretty much 5 years to the day since Ping 1.5+ launched on the good old Nintendo Wii U, with a PC launch accompanying it, PING REDUX is now arriving on Xbox One, providing some rather challenging pin pong puzzles to the more modern day gamer.

Running with a cheap and easy price point of £4.19, PING REDUX on Xbox One will task you with attempting to bounce off of walls in order to reach a goal – that being the tasty orange hidden away in each stage. With more than a century of levels in place, and 12 bosses that have been fully inspired by some of the most classic games, PING REDUX certainly seems to have a fair old bit of content included. And seeing as Nami Tentou promise that you’ll find yourself up against bombs, lava, and all sorts of other hazards, it most definitely looks to be a bit of a test.

If you think you can take down PING REDUX on Xbox One then you’ll find the Xbox Store the willing provider of such a download. Get over there and pick it up right now – just be prepared for a techno-fuelled tester!

Should you need to know more then keep an eye out for our full review. It’s coming soon.

Game Description:

PING REDUX™ is a challenging ping pong puzzle game, remade from its older sibling PING 1.5+™. It’s not for the weak at heart. Bounce off the walls and obstacles and reach the succulent tasty orange. It boasts an excellent techno soundtrack that’s so good, it’ll stay in your brain for days. PING REDUX has 100+ levels including 12 bosses that are inspired by classic games to help keep the gameplay varied. With bombs, lava, moving hazards, and other sorts of blocks to get in your way, do you think you can beat it?

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