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Lumines Served Up to Steam

Q Entertainment's acclaimed puzzle game, designed by music-driven gameplay auteur Tetsuya Mizuguchi, is now the latest addition to the ever-growing Steam library, Valve has announced. An expansion pack is available.

Chris Remo

April 18, 2008

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Q Entertainment's acclaimed puzzle game Lumines, designed by music-driven gameplay auteur Tetsuya Mizuguchi, is now the latest addition to the ever-growing Steam library, Valve has announced. As with the Xbox Live Arcade release of the game, it is sold as a Base Pack with an additional Advance Pack sold separately. The game sells for $9.95 and includes 21 challenge stages as well as several time attack, puzzle, and mission stages. The Advance Pack sells for $7.95 and doubles the number of challenge stage as well as including 75 puzzles and 35 missions. They can be purchased together for $14.95, or $13.45 until April 25. Lumines was first released for PSP in 2004 to universal praise, since which point it has appeared as an adaptation or sequel on PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, mobile phones, and PC.

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