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Bit.Trip Flux announced

Gaijin teases final game in indie saga.

The final game in Gaijin Games' aneurysm-inducing Bit.Trip series has been announced.

Bit.Trip Flux, as it will apparently be called, was first sighted in a listing on Germany's USK ratings board.

Nintendo Life then received a cryptic teaser from Gaijin top man Alex Neuse stating, "A lesson is learned. Life is. Simply. There is no death. There is no before. There is no after. All is in flux. Simply."

There's no indication on what genre Bit.Trip hero CommanderVideo will be subverting for his sixth and final mission. His latest effort, Bit.Trip Fate was a side-scrolling shooter, following Bit.Trip Runner's platforming riff.

The beautiful but obtusely challenging Fate scored a 6/10 from Eurogamer's Kristan Reed when it launched on WiiWare earlier this month.