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Inside Mac Games Reviews Pop-A-Tronic
6:20 AM | Marcus Albers | Comment on this story

Inside Mac Games has posted a review for the puzzle game Pop-A-Tronic. Pop-A-Tronic is a color-matching game similar to Jewel Quest and Super Collapse. Here's a clip from the review:

Pop-a-tronic does try to mix up this formula with four different game modes: marathon, puzzle, lock-out, and self destruct. Marathon is the standard game. Lock-out is an even more furious version of the former. The two most interesting modes are self destruct, in which you use the inhaler to move bubbles around for the most combos possible until the timer reaches zero, and puzzle mode, where there is no timer at all. In puzzle mode you get to calmly pick your combos in the best way that will beget yet more combos until you run out of options.
Follow the link below to read the full review.

IMG Review of Pop-A-Tronic
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