Bubble Trouble Coming to OS X
6:00 AM | Eddie Park | Comment on this story
Ambrosia Software, makers of commercial-quality shareware games for the Mac, announced yesterday afternoon their intention to bring Bubble Trouble to Mac OS X. For those unfamiliar with the title, Bubble Trouble is an action game that sports cartoonish graphics and is described by Ambrosia rather interestingly:
An otherwise peaceful fish bowl has been filled with bubbles that are being tossed around in an enthralling game of "Squish the Fish!"To help facilitate the transition to OS X, Ambrosia is asking for volunteers to help beta test this update to the arcade title:
If you'd like to participate in the beta test, you will be subscribed to a mailing list which will be used for the beta test you'll receive a number of eMail messages from that list, so you need to be prepared for it (or have your mail filters set up). You'll also need to download beta versions of Bubble Trouble (we'll provide you with the download information at a later date, once the beta test is ready to go) and report to us any problems you have with the game on a regular basis.Once completed, Bubble Trouble X will be offered for the same price as its current Classic incarnation: $15. For those already registered, an upgrade fee of $5 will be required.
If you're interested, send an eMail to bt_test@AmbrosiaSW.com with your full name, the eMail address you'd like subscribed to the mailing list, and your system configuration.
Those looking for more details on the beta testing or on Bubble Trouble itself can find them at Ambrosia's web site.
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