l New PC puzzle game for global gamers
l Dynamic game play with screen revolution and multi-play modes
l Ranking registration and competition via global leaderboards
Ntreev Soft today announced that Clickr, a puzzle-action game, has officially launched and is now available at Steam, on Dec 23 rd, 2010.
Clickr is to gather and smash more than four same-colored blocks. Not only the number of blocks you add and pop but also its features and fun factors are different from the existing Match3 games. This upgraded Match4 game demands faster thinking and controlling throughout various themes and modes.
There are four game modes, Puzzle, Battle, Push, and IQ modes which support sub-modes for different players’ gaming tastes. Also, its multi-play modes enable you to have head-to-head match ups competing against global users.
Players can simply control the game by clicking and wheeling in popping blocks and rotating screen. You can register and check your global rank and convenience system for left-handers is available, too.
“We put a lot of efforts and time to make a new style in puzzle genre which can be enjoyed by all PC gamer globally. Clickr is a combination of logic-fight, action and interaction.” said Kwanny Seo, Ntreev’s chief development director who has also managed Clickr’s entire development process.
Celebrating its launching week Clickr is now on discount promotion for a week and available for $8.99 at Steam http://store.steampowered.com/app/45500. You can find more about the game at www.clickr.kr.
About Ntreev Soft
Ntreev Soft is a Korean publisher and developer of PC online games headquartered in Seoul, Korea. Ntreev has been servicing various 10 PC, online, video and mobile games throughout over 44 countries worldwide. Its influence and recognition in the global gaming industry have been built up since 1992 when current key members at Ntreev were belonging to a main development studio at a 1 st generation Korean game company, Sonnori. Being separated from its parent company, Ntreev pioneered early online gaming market in Japan and South East Asian Nations with such titles as “Pangya” and “Trickster”. And in July 2007, SK Telecom, the top and the largest wireless operator in Korea, acquired Ntreev crediting its experience and potential in the market. Now Ntreev is developing further upcoming titles including an action riding game, “Alicia” and expanding its business into gaming portal service with a portal site called “Gametree ( www.gametree.co.kr)” which was officially launched last September, 2009.