State of Play Games has launched Lume, a puzzle adventure game made from paper and cardboard, on iPhone, iPod, iPad and the Mac.

Initially released as a PC game in 2011, when it was a finalist at the Independent Games Festival 2012 Finalist, the game takes place on a handmade set filmed in high definition -- so the The iPhone 4 and iPad versions have a higher resolution than the original.

Here's the blurb:

'You play as a young girl called Lumi. Power to your grandad’s house has failed. What’s more, he’s nowhere to be seen. Immerse yourself in Lume’s photoreal world, solve perplexing paper puzzles to help restore the power, and uncover a deeper mystery behind the blackout. Beautifully animated with handcrafted care, this illuminating puzzle adventure game will test your visual, aural and memory skills.'

"We really went to town with the style of Lume, building a model rigged with miniature lighting and placing the character in a real setting that just feels more tactile than any we could have created with 3D software," says Luke Whittaker, director of State of Play Games. "We've also added plenty of additional detail for iOS, new sound effects and an improved interface for touch devices.”

The game is available to download from Thursday February 23rd through Apple's App Store and Mac App Store.