pop-pop Editor Released
8:07 AM | Seth Scott | Comment on this story
Systemready.com has released a beta-version, completely unsupported (by Systemready or by Ambrosia Software) editor for Ambrosia's recent smash release, pop-pop.
pop-pop is an ultramodern, hip and happening, Internet-competitive breakout game that puts the player in the persona of a "pop." Each pop has a superpower that can be fired off once you've charged your paddle up (with power being gained by hitting the ball); pop powers are used to confound your opponent, and range from the annoying (such as a flourish of ball-like flowers on your opponent's screen) to the downright crippling (like a hurricane that pushes your opponent's paddle to the bottom of the screen).
You can beat your opponent (be it the computer or another human) by finishing your puzzle or by burying him in his own puzzle -- bricks that you hit are sent to your opponent's side of the screen. The game features original anime-style artwork, funky music, fast-paced action, and that trademark Ambrosia quality we know and adore: horrifyingly addictive simplicity.
Popedit is Mac OS X only, and requires an ATI Rage 128 or better. The download is 157 k, and is a tar.gz archive.
IMG Review: pop-pop
MacGamefiles: PopEdit 1.0b1
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