Spandex Force Now Available For Linux

Sweden, March 3, 2008 -- Independent game developer KarjaSoft announces the Linux version of Spandex Force, a tongue-in-cheek puzzle game with RPG elements.

Spandex Force is a superhero-themed puzzle game that lets the player create his or her own hero to clean up the crime-infested town of Vigilance Valley. The game features many different kinds of minigames, including, but not limited to match-3 battles in which common criminals and wacky supervillains must be defeated. The battles are similar to those of last year's hit game Puzzle Quest, but feature superpowers rather than magical spells.

Previously available for Windows and Mac, KarjaSoft now brings superhero puzzle gaming to Linux as well, officially supporting Ubuntu Linux 7. More information, screenshots and downloads can be found at the official webpage:

About KarjaSoft:

KarjaSoft started developing casual computer games in 2006. The first release was the fluffy arcade game Sheeplings in 2007, followed by Spandex Force in February 2008. Current plans involve world-wide market domination in superhero puzzle/RPG games by 2009.


Miro Karjalainen



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