Hothead Games has confirmed that it's working on a PlayStation Network version of Jonathan Blow's rather lovely platform-puzzler Braid.

"I can confirm that Hothead is developing a PSN version of Braid for North America and Europe, with no launch timeframe currently available," a spokesperson told Eurogamer in answer to inquiries, following a USK rating leak.

We also contacted Blow to find out whether he was involved, but he pointed us back to Hothead. "I am working on other stuff," he explained - presumably the game for which he recently sought additional staff. (Update: It's called The Witness.)

PS3 owners can check out our Braid Xbox Live Arcade review to see what's in store.

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