Imagine if Canabalt were 3D and set inside Super Hexagon levels that are actually decagons. That's pretty much what you get with Boson X, a slick, addictive arcade game that's been on rotation on my iPhone since it came out last year. Players have to jump from platform to platform inside a particle accelerator, with a great risk-reward system where running on the blue panels gets you closer to finishing the level.
And today Australian indie studio Mu and Heyo has released a new $2.99 Steam edition for PC, Mac, and Linux with extra levels and characters. There's also a free PC version available, but whichever you end up playing, Boson X turns out to be as good on a 24-inch monitor as a 4-inch phone display.