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Phantom EFX Launches Super Newtronic on App Store

March 8, 2010

Phantom EFX Launches Super Newtronic on App Store

Phantom EFX's latest App Store offering, delivers addicting puzzle-arcade gameplay and classic physics

Phantom EFX invites you to bend physics to the will of your fingers with its latest app, Super Newtronic! Combining Sir Newton's physics with mesmerizing electronic sights and sounds and revolutionary controls, Super Newtronic is a new and addictive app for the iPhone and iPod touch that is available now. It's easy to play but impossible to put down!

The premise is simple: Use the metal balls to break all the blocks by drawing energy lines with your finger. The ball will bounce off of them, or tap the screen for a finger-tip explosion that sends the ball flying. Tap and hold to charge up a larger finger blast that will propel the ball further. And although it may sound similar to other block busting games, Super Newtronic uses a cutting edge physics engine that fully incorporates gravity, friction, bounciness, mass, and force. The balls don't bounce endlessly – they can fall down and off the screen, making a game of Super Newtronic feel like a revolutionary new twist on pinball!

Super Newtronic can be found on the Apple App store for $1.99 here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/super-newtronic/id359692884?mt=8

Super Newtronic features include:

  • Multiple play modes, including Arcade and Challenge, and different difficulty levels ensure a near endless replay value

  • Online leader boards track high scores around the world and allow trash talking between friends

  • Endless Arcade levels and 50 unique Challenge levels with 9 possible game endings (depending on your progression path)

  • Beat levels in Challenge mode to unlock them in Experimental mode, where you can alter the game parameters (time limit, gravity, bounciness, etc.)

For more information about Super Newtronic, please visit www.phantomefx.com/supernewtronic.

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