GarageGames Releases Oddly Addictive New Game: Oddictive
Company: Garage Games
Eugene, OR January 30, 2007 -- GarageGames, game publisher and leading technology provider for independent and professional game makers, in conjunction with Tapout games, is pleased to announce the release of Oddictive.

Using an intuitive mouse-only gameplay mechanic, Oddictive challenges the player to draw lines of any angle and length required to redirect falling colored balls into their corresponding buckets. Keep the balls rolling longer to increase your point total, and match three balls in a bucket to collect the score. Let the ball fall, and you've dropped the ball on your chance of scoring major points.

With over 70 levels, the game has challenges for all skill levels. Some levels provide obstructions, while others feature moving buckets. In later levels, the ball speed, and therefore the difficulty, increases.

"I love what Oddictive brings to the table for indie games. It's simple and intuitive, but with enough depth to keep me coming back for more," commented Joshua Dallman, GarageGames Game Producer. "The gameplay mechanic of drawing lines across the screen with your mouse is instantly recognizable as an intriguingly fresh take on the puzzle genre. I found myself wondering why I hadn't seen the same innovative idea in a game before, and now I'm addicted. We at GarageGames are proud to have worked with Tapout Games to bring Oddictive to our Game Store.


Oddictive is available through the GarageGames Game Store for $14.95. A free demo of the game is also available for download.

GarageGames: GarageGames is located in Eugene, Oregon and on the web at www.garagegames.com. As the makers of Torque Game Builder, Torque Game Engine, and Torque Game Engine Advanced, they have been providing game development tools and technology at an affordable price since 2000. The Torque Game Engine was the original technology behind the Tribes series of games, and has been used since to develop countless games on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Xbox 360, notable among which is GarageGames' own Marble Blast series of games.

About Tapout Games: Led by Garrett Brown, Tapout Games strives to have fun making games that are fun to play. Established in February 2006 out of Winter Park, Florida, TOG has worked finger to bone since forming on their entry level project, Oddictive.
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