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BreakQuest Announced as a PSP mini Title

September 24, 2009

BreakQuest Announced as a PSP mini Title

Supporting recently announced Sony PSP minis concept, Beatshapers bringing its first title, BreakQuest to PSP platform.

BreakQuest is a new concept break-out style game featuring vibrant graphics, sparkling visual effects and funky sound. In addition to the energizing gameplay with a superior physics concept and advanced collision system creates never seen-before game experience.

  • Enjoy 100 unique levels especially adapted for PSP widescreen. All of them with their own colorful designs, crystal clear sound and elements behavior. Arkanoid fans must check this out.

  • Feel the full physics engine with advanced collisions. This allows for a completely new game experience in a freely shaped world and physically responding environment. Breakout was never so flexible.

  • Discover never seen before power ups and power downs, including 9 different weapons and much much more. Breakout sat the basis, Arkanoid improved the concept, BreakQuest takes a step beyond.

  • Flow with the music of the professional gaming music group ‘Maniacs of Noise’. Also featuring lots of original, powerful, fun, high quality sound effects.

  • Command the ship of your choice from 10 different models. Control its fully deformable bouncing surface to save the world, or just to have some fun. Master the ball and clear the latest bricks with the Gravitor.

"We are excited with PSP minis concept and opportunities which this platform opens for independent developers", said Alexey Menshikov, Founder and CEO. "Digital distribution market is rapidly grow and its really good chance bring interesting titles to the market and new Sony's initiative really helps. Our first attempt to self-publish game going there and we are very happy that it is a BreakQuest, really amazing game with unique audio/visual style."

BreakQuest PSP minis expected to be released in the beginning of October 2009.

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