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01/10/2013
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

After releasing seven puzzle titles last year, Gameshastra would like to present another brain teaser in the New Year which has a unique stick them together gameplay.

Crazy Oogles is about the dream and passion of a scientist who gets so immersed in his research that it leads to the birth of organisms which are derived from plants and get their stability from water. The doctor names the organism Oogles because of their googly eyes which bring a smile to his lonely life. The game is based on the concept of how this recent discovery has to be made stable by connecting the similar colored tentacles of the organisms in a grid of three by three. The tricky part comes in to play when a red oogle appears in the grid and refuses to budge from its position hence bringing back the instability into gameplay.

The game gets up in difficulty with every passing level and in game hints are the only saving grace for the player when the levels start to get a little tricky. With over 100 levels of gameplay and numerous achievements to be unlocked there is so much more that a player can look forward to. The game challenges the dexterity of your fingers and the color matching skills so that you can bring back the much needed stability.

Teaser Trailer - http://bit.ly/RDsZrh

Gameplay Trailer - http://bit.ly/13dlpav

Blog - http://crazyoogles.wordpress.com/

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