Astraware Releases Insaniquarium Deluxe Game
Astraware and PopCap Games have announced the release of one of PopCap's flagship titles for Palm OS and Windows Mobile smartphones. Insaniquarium Deluxe offers hours of frantic aquarium fun as you feed your fish, watch them grow and protect them from alien invaders.
Insaniquarium Deluxe is billed as the craziest aquarium game ever - tend to your fish and keep them happy and they'll reward you with precious coins and jewels. Use the money you earn to buy upgrades for your tank or egg parts which hatch lots of different in-tank pets with special powers. These pets can help you feed your fish, collect coins, or even protect against the aliens that will invade your tank and wreak havoc. You can also use the money you earn to buy better weapons to see the aliens off quicker!
Insaniquarium Deluxe includes 3 fun ways to play:
- Adventure - keep your fish healthy and protect them from aliens through 4 fun aquarium stages each with multiple levels of mayhem
- Time Trial - feed your fish and fight off the alien invaders to make as much money as possible against the clock. A new time trial is unlocked as you complete each stage in Adventure
- Challenge - once you've mastered Adventure, face the ultimate challenge as you feed your fish and try to protect them from ever increasing alien attacks. The challenge ends when the last fish is zapped!
Insaniquarium Deluxe v1.00 is available now for Palm OS 5 smartphones and PDAs with at least a 320x320 screen, and for smartphones and PDAs running Windows Mobile 2003 and later. It comes with a free trial period and costs $19.95 to register.
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