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I am proud to announce that Snapshot, our game of puzzle and platform 2D, Vita comes to PS and PS3 (with the intercompatibilidade saves) in the second half. In Snapshot, you control a robot named Pic. Pic carries a camera able to "capture" and remove objects and parts of the scenario. You can then paste the picture again in the game world, placing all the objects back on the scene. If you are looking for a puzzle game new and different, keep reading!The game begins with Pic is first activated in an abandoned Lab. Uncertain about its purpose and the reason for which it was built, he enters the forest that exists around the lab. This is where you use the camera for the first time to photograph objects. The first chapter of the game features a series of puzzles involving moving objects by stages, and this is easier than you think. If you want to reposition a box, just take a picture to capture it and then paste it back on the scene in the desired position.As you progress in Snapshot, the camera will use new and interesting ways, such as photographing light and using it to interact with the physical. Your camera captures up to the inertia of an object. This, combined with the ability to rotate the pictures before pasting them, creates a more complex and interesting gameplay. For example, if a snowball is falling when you take a picture, it will be driven up if you stick it upside down. You can use this technique to shoot the bullets fired by enemies and return them to them!Snapshot is the first game developed by our small independent studio, Retro Affect. Snapshot sounds are being created by the fantastic Jordan Fehr, and the music is composed by Wil Whitlark. Leave your comments below. I hope to bring more news on the PlayStation.Blog Snapshot as we approach the game`s release on PSN!