Break Out Of The Ordinary.
12:00 AM EST | Brad Custer
Ambrosia Software recently released pop-pop.
It is a unique fusion of pulse-quickening arcade game action and internet-workable combat that's more addictive than a handful of JellyBelly jellybeans.
Pick your character, then enter the bright happy world of fierce brick-bashing combat, where your paddle is your weapon, and your pop-fu must be strong to survive.
pop-pop has over 100 built-in puzzle levels if you want to play solo to sharpen your pop-pop'ing skills, or you can play against the viciously aggressive computer AI pops for a test of your mettle.
The real challenge of your pop-worth, however, is when you enter the internet arena to play against other pop-pop players all over the world!
Does this sound fun or what?!
Another desktop selection inspired by the MWNY Expo.
If you were lucky enough to attend the expo and stop by Ambrosia Software's booth then you might have received the pop-pop trading cards.
In case you missed attending then you can find downloadable versions at their official pop-pop site.
I started going through my massive collection of archive game artwork and what did I find, but images for this addictive game.
I tried to capture the feel of the trading cards with this desktop.
This week's selection is titled, "Fusion", and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it. ;)
Last week I unveiled a new screen size, 1440x900, and boy did my email ever fill up with the same request.
It seems a lot of you also wanted my desktops in even another screen size and of course I'm more than willing to meet your requests.
1280x854 will now be part of the regular line-up.
That's right there will now be 12 sizes to choose from!
Someone please ask Apple to stick with these for awhile. ;)
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IMG Review: pop-pop