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Thursday, October 01, 2009

Alien Havoc out October 1st - Bubble Trubble and Freekscape Launching out soon

flying saucer with alien running away carrying cow over his sholderCreat Studios announce that Alien Havoc will be available as a PSP Mini launch title for PSP and PSPgo for download on the PlayStation Store on October 1st, 2009 and can be purchased for download online or via the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system. Additionally, two other PSP Mini titles from Creat Studios, Bubble Trubble and Freekscape, will launch this fall.

Alien Havoc throws back to the classic 8-bit era, putting gamers in command of an alien who must pluck cows from farms, load them onto his spaceship, and bring them back to his planet. The farmers, however, won’t let their cows go without a fight. Players must tackle wrapping level layouts, hide and sneak in the cover of tall grass, and throw veggies, rocks, or anything else they can at farmers to bring the livestock back to their space ship.

Alien Havoc Features Include:

· Classic Gameplay. Getting back to the basics, your objective is to fight the farmers and clear each level of all cows and reach the end with the highest score possible.

· Challenge yourself. 20 wacky levels, delivering a mix of mazes, puzzles and action.

· Customizable. Choose from four alien heads and customize the color of your alien’s head and body.

Bubble Trubble challenges players to match colors, inflate and pop bubbles by presenting a dynamic new twist to falling puzzle games. Rotate and drop clusters of colored bubbles, and match like colors together to fuse and grow until they burst. Be sure to combine those matched bubbles together before running out of room. To avoid any Trubble, you’ve gotta burst your Bubble!

Freekscape, developed by Abdução Studios in San Paolo, Brazil and published by Creat Studios, introduces Freek, a cute little demon who found a holy trident which infused him with ideas of ascending to Heaven. Help Freek escape the fire and brimstone in this action platform adventure by attaching a variety of hellish creatures to his trident, turning it into different tools, depending on each enemy’s property. Run, jump, attack and solve puzzles to advance Freek through a twisted 3D netherworld.

“Alien Havoc is a true return to the classic arcade games from the 1980s with simple, yet wildly entertaining gameplay,” said Vladimir Starzhevsky, CEO of Creat Studios. “Along with Bubble Trubble’s new spin on puzzle games, and the exciting action of Freekscape, we are thrilled to be among the first developers at the launch of Sony’s new PSP Mini platform, and believe strongly in the downloadable games model that the PSP Mini platform supports.”