ONE SHOT: THE NEW MODEL POLYTRON PORTABLE 10.2.2012 Brandon Boyer 1 Reply 4 tweets The Polytron Portable Pro gets its first hardware upgrade since its original inception, following Fez designer Phil Fish’s discovery of Teenage Engineering’s super sexy OP-1 synthesizer (with one more bonus concept model below the fold). RELATED Because He Could Part Deux: The Originator’s New Portable Xbox 360 Experience Poly-amory: Polytron’s Polyshop v0.1 offers Fez, Portable Pro shirts One Shot: Amanda Visell’s Model Mario One shot: Komadesign’s PlayStation Portable print ad Indie Games Summit: Polytron debut new Fez trailer Polytron affirm essential awesomeness Only on Offworld: Polytron & Kokoromi’s Anaglyphic super HYPERCUBE Polytron officially announce Fez for 2010 Xbox Live Arcade release See more posts about: One Shot, Polytron COMMENTS Jonathan Lumb November 1, 2012 at 5:30 am Speaking of Polytron, whatever happened to “Power Pill”? SUBSCRIBE Venus Patrol is attempting to build a constructive and supportive community of independent game culture lovers and creators, and needs your help to invite in new collaborators, and bring our audience new exclusive games and art. Subscriptions start at just $3, or $25 for a full year, and include access to join in on conversations, as well as exclusive thank-you gifts like downloadable games by Adamatomic (Canabalt) & Vlambeer (Super Crate Box), and art & music by people like Keita Takahashi (Katamari Damacy), Rexbox (TearAway), Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time) and Baiyon (PixelJunk Eden). Want to be help grow our community? You should think about subscribing!