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Titan Attacks blasts off with Independent Game of the Month Award

April 25, 2006 - Titan Attacks the latest modern-retro masterpiece by Puppy Games (www.puppygames.net) was just awarded the Independent Game of the Month award by Indie game review website Game Tunnel (www.gametunnel.com).

Game Tunnel's Independent Game of the Month award is handed out to the top game each month as determined by their panel of industry veterans in the monthly Independent Game Round-Up. In picking Titan Attacks, the four panel members had lots of praise for the game. Panel member Russell Carroll stated "At it's best Titan Attacks pure retro goodness heaped on so high that you'll wonder how anyone could have put together everything in such a cool package. The game is honestly just shy of perfect and at such a low price is something that every gamer should immediately put into their home library."

Titan Attacks, available for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux, packs a unique punch into classic arcade action gameplay. Players control a spaceship in a fight to save the Earth from aliens from the planet Titan who horde along the top of the screen and launch ceaseless attacks against the mercenary space ship that the player controls. Along the way players will stop at various war-torn planets, beating back the aliens each step of the way with upgraded weapons including extra cannons, rockets and lasers purchased with the bounty money from eradicating the aliens.

Titan Attacks can be downloaded now from the Puppy Games website (www.puppygames.net).

About Game Tunnel
Game Tunnel was created in 2002 to provide news and reviews on the Independent Gaming scene. Since that time Game Tunnel has covered both independent games as well as casual games, sharing its thoughts on more than 400 games through reviews, news, editorials, previews, developer Q&As, and their trademark year-end Independent Game of the Year awards.

About Puppy Games
Puppygames was founded in 2003 by Caspian Rychlik-Prince and Chaz Willets to write arcade games for Mac OS, Windows, and Linux using unique cutting edge development technologies. Much of Puppygames' work has been donated as open source on Sourceforge. More information can be found at Puppy Games (www.puppygames.net)


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