Quantum Conundrum on EU PlayStation Store today

And, a year late, Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale.

Portal co-creator Kim Swift's new game Quantum Conundrum is available today from the EU PlayStation Store.

Quantum Conundrum, like Portal, is a first-person puzzler with scientific-style brainteasers. It costs 8.79.

It's joined by the classic amphibian action of Frogger: Hyper Arcade Edition (7.99) and Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale (10.99), the enjoyable fantasy romp that launched on PC and Xbox Live Arcade last year.

Demos of all three titles are also available.

PlayStation Vita fans get MLB: The Show to download (23.99) and Pinball Arcade for 7.99 (a single download which grants access to the PS3 version too, and vice versa).

The full line-up of new content is available to peruse over on the EU PlayStation blog.

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