Atlus Dips Into Downloadable Games With Droplitz

By Spencer . April 13, 2009 . 10:27am

Everyone is producing digitally distributed games these days, including Atlus. Their first downloadable game is a mix of Hexic and Pipe Dream. Players rotate dials, connect pipes, and catch falling Droplitz — that’s also the name of the game. Bombs and ooze infected pipes alter the challenge in other modes.

 

Blitz Games, the studio behind titles like Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao and Sneak King is developing Droplitz for Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, PC, and the iPhone. Droplitz isn’t only Atlus’ first downloadable game it’s their first iPhone and PlayStation 3 game too.

 

 

Droplitz on PlayStation 3

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Droplitz on Xbox Live Arcade

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  • ReturnOfSomeDude

    I’m disappointed, Spencer… You didn’t find a way to announce this one before Atlus did. =)

    This looks fun. Like a crazy mashup of Hexic and Pipe Dream.

  • MadMirko

    Aren’t there Atlus games on the Japanese VC? But its probably the first original downloadable game.

    I must say, it’s pretty underwhelming that it’s a puzzle game. :/

  • jarrodand

    Yeah, pretty underwhelming (western puzzler).

    Atlus should revive Jack Bros. for XBLA/PSN/WiiWare/etc.

  • Wishy

    I’m not very good at pipe puzzle games, so I’ll probably pass on this.

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