Puzzle Scape goes gold
Got Game Entertainment today announced that Puzzle Scape for the PSP has gone gold.
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Now slated to hit North American retail shelves June 1, 2007, this addictive block-busting puzzle game developed by Farmind Ltd, promises a hypnotic world of entrancing electronic music and brilliant, interactive evolutionary backgrounds, from cells to dreamlike landscapes. “Puzzle Scape” for the PSP system will debut with an MSRP of $19.99 (USD) and is rated “E” for Everyone by the ESRB.
As an original soundtrack of 40 songs bursting with drum'n'bass, trance, house and techno beats pulsates, “Puzzle Scape” players arrange blocks of different colors into chains that are exploded by 2x2 same-colored blocks. By exploding blocks, players create vibrant background landscapes in four different themes: Cells, Flowers, Machines, and Dream. Each theme contains ten scenes creating 40 brilliant levels. Plenty of power-ups add additional spice to the game.
“Puzzle Scape” features time and goal-oriented play (“Architect” mode) or score-oriented play (“Artist” mode). Both single player modes can also go “Co-op” via the PSP (PlayStationPortable) system’s wireless connection, while “Duel” mode allows two players to go toe-to-toe (or thumb-to-thumb) in a given timeframe. The fun and frantic “Bomb Run” mode allows up to 8 players to compete at beating their rivals at destroying a given amount of each of the colored blocks.
For the latest “Puzzle Scape” news and updates, visit the game’s official website at www.GotGamePS.com.
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