FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 12th, 2006 - Eugene, OR - GarageGames, a leading creator and publisher of fun casual games, announced today at MacWorld 2006 the exclusive release of TubeTwist, the award winning game by 21-6 Productions. TubeTwist takes gamers on an incredibly engrossing puzzle adventure through 5 exotic worlds and over 80 mystical and increasingly challenging levels.
The renowned scientist in charge of Project TubeTwist has gone missing! In an attempt to find the professor, gamers must reconstruct her experiments and solve the mystery of her disappearance. This is accomplished by constructing a machine that will guide the professor's famous Macroton devices from their starting positions to a final reactor tube where their energy will be extracted and stored for later use. Over thirty different tubes of various shapes and sizes must be combined to complete the machines including spirals, switches, anti-gravity devices, twisty turns, and precipitous drops.
"TubeTwist is a puzzle game fashioned after classics like The Incredible Machine and Mouse Trap with each experiment having many different solutions." says Justin Mette, President of 21-6 Productions. "There is no clock and there is no score - so just sit back and enjoy the mind bending fun that is TubeTwist!"
TubeTwist received the 2005 IndieGamesCon Player's Choice Award and was recently nominated for Technical Excellence in the 2006 IGF Awards.
TubeTwist is available to purchase for both Windows and Macintosh platforms at GarageGames.com for $19.95. Download the demo today and start your journey through time!
About 21-6 Productions:
21-6 is an independent game studio based out of Denver, Colorado best known for their award winning game Orbz which is available on the PC (Windows/Mac/Linux), hand-held game devices, coin-operated arcade machines, and now Xbox Live Arcade. With the release of their newest game TubeTwist, the indie studio continues to follow through on their mission to create fun, casual, and unique experiences that appeal to all styles of gamer.
GarageGames mission is to change the way games are made and played. GarageGames provides the technology, community and market to empower game makers to build commercial quality multiplatform games. Known for bringing the Torque Game Engine to independent developers for $100, GarageGames is located in Eugene, Oregon and on the web at www.garagegames.com and is the annual presenter of IndieGamesCon.