Downstream Panic! Swims Into Retail

Atari_Box_Bits_1105Downstream Panic package front.jpgAtari’s “fish-out-of-water” PSP puzzler Downstream Panic! has officially shipped this week and is on store shelves across North America now for $29.95. From developer Eko Software, Downstream Panic! challenges you to save and preserve all the world’s fish after they’ve been blasted into the Earth’s atmosphere by a catastrophic cyclone, using various tools to lead your sea pals back home. Over 80 stages, three game modes and 10 additional downloadable maps await, promising 10+ hours of aquatic, puzzle-filled PSP fun.

“We think gamers can’t help but fall for Downstream Panic!” said Donny Clay, Producer, Atari, Inc. “The game combines action, tactics and puzzle elements with an incredibly colorful and fun style. Once gamers give this game a try, we think they’ll be saying ‘oh my cod!’ But seriously, we think kids and adults alike should give the game a try just for the halibut.”

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