Super Drill Panic second chapter drills onto Android market

OrangePixel today releases the much anticipated second chapter to Super Drill Panic, adding a new playable character, fifteen advanced levels and new OpenFeint achievements.

Super Drill Panic is the fun twist to the classic“drop ball” game concept: Tilt your phone to move your character from left to right and make him drop down the various ledges while escaping a huge Indiana Jones style boulder.

The new chapter, released as a free update to the existing game on Android Market, comes with the new playable character: Thief; including three new worlds, containing fifteen levels in total with new dangers.

The new dangers include: Drop-blocks, trap-walls, blinding lights, vertical lasers, horizontal lasers, steam, escalators, razor blades, security guards and many more challenges to overcome !

The game is only€0.99 for the first 1000 buyers, and can be found on Android Market:

More information on the game can be found at : including screenshots, youtube movies, and a frequently-updated blog from the developers!

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OrangePixel was founded in 2004, and has been developing and designing game concepts for the mobile market. A strong focus on original ideas and mobile game concepts is quickly setting OrangePixel aside from the large market of rehashed ideas and branded content. With OneThumb game concepts like Rocketboy, Toddlers, Sliderkids, and new ideas like the critically acclaimed Mechanics; OrangePixel has the balls to be creative. For more information about OrangePixel, please visit or follow us on Twitter, or Facebook: 

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