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Meridian4 Signs 'Pop-A-Tronic'

by Rainier on Jan. 12, 2007 @ 9:27 a.m. PST

Meridian4 announced that it has signed Big Blue Bubble's fast-paced, addictive ‘match 3’ puzzle concept game Pop-A-Tronic to retail and online markets in North America and Worldwide.

"Pop-A-Tronic uses well known ‘match 3’ puzzle concept in order to create spectacular action game experience. Once you play Pop-A-Tronic and experience the addictive gameplay coupled with awesome power-ups, catchy music, and multiple play modes, you'll wonder why you ever bothered to play anything else!" said Damir Slogar, CEO of Big Blue Bubble

“Pop-A-Tronic had our production staff playing for hours and not doing their work, we knew then that we had a great game on our hands. We hope that everyone gets a chance to play this exciting, extremely fast-paced puzzler.” said Andrew Sher, CEO at Meridian4, “We are thrilled to help get this title to online markets and to retail shelves.”

Pop-A-Tronic is a fast paced, arcade puzzler packed with a variety of explosive challenges, power ups, game modes and cool tunes. The game was designed to be fun for everyone. Its simplistic gameplay and hip music will keep you in the 'just one more game' mentality for a long time. It offers four fun ways to get your pop on, with a variety game play modes such as:

  • Marathon mode - You'll be popping and dropping bubbles in a race to complete the level before your screen fills to capacity.
  • Puzzle mode - It's careful planning before frantic popping.
  • Lock-Out mode - Feel the walls close in on you as the pressure grows when the playfield shrinks.
  • Self-Destruct mode - Survive the explosive action as the clock ticks down.
  • All this and a bag of tricks, such as the Charge Bomb and Color Transmutation Device, make this a must own for casual gamers everywhere.

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