Gunpey

Platform(s): Nintendo DS, PSP
Genre: Puzzle
Publisher: Namco Bandai
Developer: Q Entertainment, Inc.

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'Gunpey' (NDS/PSP) Announced - Screens

by Rainier on July 10, 2006 @ 10:27 a.m. PDT

As lines of various angles climb up the screen, the playerÂ’s objective is to flip the lines, located in squares, to connect them over five columns. Connecting lines from left to right remove the connected row. If an incomplete line reaches the top of the screen, the game is over. With 40 varied backgrounds and stylized music, and two-player multiplayer over wireless ad-hoc connectivity, Gunpey offers a one-of-a-kind puzzle experience.

“Addictive and easy-to-learn, Gunpey was originally conceived by Game Boy creator and legendary game developer Gunpei Yokoi. It has now been re-imagined by the creative minds at Q Entertainment in a perfect dream collaboration that should excite any hardcore gamer,” said Naruo Uchida, Namco Bandai Games America Inc.’s Product Group Director. “This title embraces the signature touches of a product conceived by Yokoi. It is accessible, original, and intuitive, yet a challenge to master. Additionally, it combines the ground breaking music integration that has become Q Entertainment’s signature.”

PSP

With Q Entertainment’s tradition for visual style and original music, Gunpey offers a one-of-a-kind puzzle experience. As lines of various angles climb up the screen, the player’s objective is to flip the lines, located in squares, to connect them over five columns. Connecting lines from left to right remove the connected row. If an incomplete line reaches the top of the screen, the game is over. With 40 varied backgrounds and stylized music, and two-player multiplayer over wireless ad-hoc connectivity, this puzzle title is the game to pick up for the holidays.

Gunpey for the PSP and NDS is heading to retail holiday 2006.

NDS


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