Actual Entertainment announces Gubble HD for iPad

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Sunnyvale, California, September 28, 2010 - Actual Entertainment, developer and publisher of actually entertaining games, is bringing Gubble HD to the iPad. Gubble HD features all the fun of the original with new touch controls, beautifully rerendered HD graphics and the same awesome music and funny sound effects of the original.

 

"We're thrilled to make Gubble HD available on the iPad. It's the perfect platform for this classic game" said Franz Lanzinger, president of Actual Entertainment. "My jaw dropped when we first got it working on the iPad!"

 

Gubble HD is a family-oriented non-violent action arcade game, designed by game players to be fun for people of all ages. You are Gubble D Gleep, lovable purple space alien with a funny voice. Your goal is to take apart a bunch of structures by using the right tools to remove all of the screws, nails, bolts and other hardware on each level.

 

Developed by Franz Lanzinger, famous for the classic Crystal Castles, and Eric Ginner, legendary arcade player and developer, Gubble HD is a challenging romp in five worlds of over sixty levels. Eric Ginner, who did most of the coding, said: "We were able to use most of the code from the original game, developed 14 years ago!".

 

About Actual Entertainment

 

Actual Entertainment, Inc. is a small independent game development studio and publisher, formed in 1996 and based in Sunnyvale, California. For more information about Actual Entertainment and Gubble HD with screenshots and videos go to actualentertainment.com and gubble.com.

 

PR Contact: Franz Lanzinger, lanzinger@gubble.com


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