In a cheeky new trailer, game designer Mike Bithell and Curve have announced that Thomas Was Alone, the minimalist platformer where players control colored shapes, is coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Wii U.

Until now the game was available on virtually every system out there, but now Thomas and his merry band of polygons will be making the jump to the current generation of systems. If you somehow missed the game before, you'll soon get the chance to rectify that error.

The trailer doesn't show any gameplay, instead giving us a behind-the-scenes look at life within Curve Studios. Along with subtle jabs about the industry as a whole, colored shapes appear multiple times on charts and other things, acting as simple teases building up to the main announcement at the end.

It's strange that a game starring nothing but shapes could be such an impactful game, but Thomas Was Alone truly is a fascinating adventure worthy of re-release on every gaming device that sees the light of day. Bithell is certainly busy with the upcoming release of his next game Volume, but we're glad he's giving his former big hit some more love.

Thomas Was Alone will come to Xbox One, PS4, and Wii U this November.