Cloudberry Kingdom confirmed for PS3, Vita, Wi U, XBLA and Steam this spring

Procedurally generated platformer picked up by Ubisoft.

Cloudberry Kingdom - a procedurally generated platformer that get harder the longer you play it - has been confirmed for release this spring on PS3, Vita, Wi U, XBLA and Steam via its newly announced publisher Ubisoft.

The game was successfully Kickstarted back in May last year and New York-based developer Pwnee Studios was quick to point out in an a Kickstarter update that "Nothing about the game has to change" due to this newly revealed publishing arrangement. Pwnee also confirmed that all Kickstarter rewards will be honoured.

"There was very little reason not to go ahead with it [the Ubisoft deal]," noted Pwnee. "We think it was far and away the best decision that could have been made for Cloudberry Kingdom and putting us in the best position to make a really great game available to as many people as possible."

For more background, Ubisoft has released the following video telling the story of how two friends from college created Cloudberry Kingdom - and started a company - over the course of the last four years.

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