The Defrost Games Website has word that the PC is now the primary target platform for Project Temporality, a third-person action/puzzle game that began development for the Xbox 360 a couple of years ago. The release on PCs is expected around the end of this quarter or the beginning of next, and the game is now the subject of a Steam Greenlight campaign. There are more details on Indie DB, and this trailer shows off the new look of the PC edition. Here's word on what the game is actually about:
Project Temporality is a third person Action/puzzle game developed around the concept of single player cooperation. By manipulating time you create multiple versions of yourself, called time clones, that are working together to solve the puzzles.
Project Temporality is set in a dystopian future where mankind has used theories by Martyn J. Fogg to ignite Jupiter and create new habitable planets out of its moons. You are #87, an involuntary test subject at a mobile research base residing at the outskirts of Jupiterís territory.
As you progress through the game you will be learning more about your backstory and your abilities. But most of all, you learn to think about time in a nonlinear way, which is necessary to solve the later puzzles.
Project Temporality is really all about trying to change the ways the player thinks about time. Instead of considering it a single arrow going forward as in physics, we are treating it more like a branching tree that can double back on itself and sprout new branches at your command.