France & USA - November 4th - Leading publisher and game developer, BulkyPix and Eko Software are proud to announce that Aqua Panic will be available to iPhone and IPad customers in November. Originally released on the PSP, Aqua Panic is a terrific (and addictively aggravating) puzzler that will have you using a variety of water-manipulating tools to guide a school of fish to safety. If you ever were a fan of Lemmings, you will love Aqua Panic.
Despite its overtly cute appearance, the game is deep and addicting. At times some of the puzzles can be simply brain bustingly challenging and as such are a blast to tackle. Each layout provides a unique series of challenges to players, and tackling the environment by deciding how to manipulate the flow and direction the fish to safety is a fun and satisfying experience. In the end you will find yourself quickly trying to best your own score as well as those of your friends on Game Center.
Game Features list:
· Up to 80 levels and 8000 wispy fish to rescue
· HD graphics on iPad, iPhone 4 and iPhone/iPod
· Five fun and colourful environments: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter and Inferno!
· Narcoleptic sharks, hungry seagulls, sliding penguins and other giant moray
· More than 10 tools to master: bombs, plants, harpoons, fans, attractors, and various devices to freeze water, collect fish or create clouds
· Game Center compatible
"Aqua Panic has what iPhone gamers have come to expect from their favorite games - fun, excitement, and great replayability value," said Vincent Dondaine, CMO of Marketing. "The game's addictive gameplay, amusing characters and great puzzles have been entertaining gamers world-wide for years on the PSP, and we are very proud to now introduce it in a new incarnation at the App Store."
"We are very excited about our collaboration with BulkyPix to publish and market Aqua Panic. BulkyPIx's vast network of marketing resources will help us rise above the white noise of the sheer volume of titles and capture the attention and the imagination at the App Store and help Aqua Panic become a true success," said Benjamin Lalisse, CEO of Eko Software.The game will be available at the App Store late November. For more about the game, please visit www.bulkypix.com