This new trailer shows off what really happens to the cat in the box.

In 1935, Austrian physicist Erwin Schrodinger theorized that, according to quantum physics, if you were to put an ordinary cat in a closed box with a radioactive atom, the cat would simultaneously exist as both living and dead until the box is opened. Italic Pig has taken the unique, theoretical and philosophical concept of the Schrodinger cat and has turned it into the star of a puzzled-based platformer.

Schrodinger's Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark presents seven different stages, quest-oriented gameplay, 11 particle-based enemies, seven massive levels and combo-oriented combat. Since it exists as both living and dead, the Schrodinger Cat is a being of immense power in this title. He's going to have to fight off the nucleic hordes of leptons, gluons and bosons that have started to amass on a subatomic level inside his box.

Be prepared to lift the lid on Schrodinger's Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark when it debuts on PC via Steam in Q3 2014. Shortly after its PC debut, Raiders of the Lost Quark should also be coming out for iOS and Android.