Grubby Games Releases Fizzwizzle
8:38 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story
New developer Grubby Games has released its first title, Professor Fizzwizzle. The puzzle-based game has players attempting to help the Professor find his way across the playfield to reach the exit on the other side of a variety of brain teasing obstacles.
The game is intended for the whole family and offers a variety of difficulties spanning over 200 levels of gameplay. In addition to kids, normal and advanced modes the game includes a "Kids Alphabet" mode designed to "teach letter and words through pictures in the game". Grubby Games promises that the more difficult modes will prove a challenge to adults as well as children.
In Professor Fizzwizzle you must use cunning to solve puzzles and reach the exit teleportation pad. Blocking your path will be many obstacles, which you'll have to use a variety of items to overcome. For example rolling a barrel, pushing a crate, using magnets, pressing buttons, and opening gates are some of the many activities you'll be performing. It will take all the problem solving skills you can muster to predict and plan your moves. However, should you not be able to overcome a level you can refer to a built-in problem solver that will show you the solution that you seek. In Professor Fizzwizzle you will always be challenged and never be stuck.Professor Fizzwizzle includes a level editor for the more creative gamers out there. Grubby Games encourages players to share their creations with friends or post them online for others to download.
Users of just about any platform can test their puzzle solving skills as Professor Fizzwizzle is available for OS X, Windows, and Linux. For more information click on over to the Grubby Games website. You can download the demo from the Macgamefiles link below.
Professor Fizzwizzle Demo
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