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Previously, Bossa Studios' and Mike Bithell's Thomas Was Alone was itself alone on iOS, being only available to iPad owners. That's changes today, as the adventures of Thomas and his quadrilateral buddies is now available for iPhones (minimum 4, with 4S upwards recommended) and 5th generation iPod Touches due to the game becoming an universal app. To celebrate this, the game is also on sale, knocking 33% off the usual price for this weekend.
Thomas Was Alone is available now for $3.99, and will be until July 28, at which point the price will rise back up to $5.99.
A new update has arrived for Thomas Was Alone, bringing with it the previously PlayStation-exclusive expansion for the game, Benjamin's Flight. This expansion takes place before the events of the main game and stars Benjamin, who goes in search of the Fountain of Wisdom, aided by his father's jetpack. Contained within the expansion are 20 new levels, three new characters, and a story about "hope and the wild impetuosity of youth." Oh, and jumping, of course.
Thomas Was Alone is available now for iPad and is currently on sale for $5.99 to celebrate the addition of these new levels.
In the version of the game that released last week, an option existed for players to skip levels, allowing them to skip straight to the end and miss out on the story of Thomas and co, as spoken by Danny Wallace. In today's update, that option has now been removed - meaning players will now have to actually "skillfully play through all of the levels to complete them rather than cheating and skipping to the end."
You too can discover how alone Thomas really was, as the game is now available for $8.99 for iPad.