iFun4all revolutionizes match 3 genre with reflex oriented Fish Tank

Lublin, Poland -- 14.06.2010 -- Game developer and publisher iFun4all presents Fish Tank for PSP -- first reflex oriented match 3 game.

“We felt that match 3 genre was in need to be made a little bit more dynamic and that the genre was stagnating” says Fülöp Mészáros, lead designer of Fish Tank.“That’s why we've added elements of arcade game” he adds.

Fish Tank refreshes genre by combining puzzle elements with reflex based segments. Fish Tank allows the player to control the flowing fishes of different colors and steer them into playing field, where normal finding matching colors gameplay takes place.

Game key features are:

– survival mode for quick bursts of fun play

– three difficulty levels for different intensity of fun

– 9 different power up types to enhance your playing experience

– 24 levels to face with

– 72 medals to collect to make gameplay last longer

– ultimate trophy to achieve by collecting all gold medals

Fish Tank will be available on 26th August on PSP Store.

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About Fish Tank

Fish Tank is the first match 3 type combining arcade and puzzle game with beautiful vivid graphics that introduces fish. Match the same color of fishes and gain points. Great accessibility makes it something both for kids and adults.

About iFun4all

Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Lublin, Poland, iFun4All is a VC-backed games developer and publisher committed to bring high-quality games exclusively for digital distribution.

http://ifun4all.com

All trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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Contact

Laszlo Kovács

laszlo@ifun4all.com

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