Get your groove on leading the smile guy around the colorful game boards. Two great ways to play and over 120 dynamic and unique levels ensure hours of fun. Funky music tracks and vibrant graphics beautifully enhance the 60's retro theme.
Fusion 1.0 Challenge your mind and reflexes in this fast-paced action puzzle game. Blast oncoming walls of colored tiles using bombs, missiles, and other powerful bonuses. Classic, Survival, and Puzzle modes provide hours of insanely addictive play.
Description: A 60's retro-themed arcade puzzler, Super Groovy is Super Fun. Click the tiles on the game board to lead the smile guy around, collecting all the groovy objects, bonuses and power-ups. Watch out because the giant red flipper is chasing you. The game is easy to learn, but the challenge picks up as you play more levels. Super Groovy offers endless hours of engaging game action. Challenge yourself to complete all 120 levels, or play your favorite levels again. It's a blast both ways. Super Groovy features random level variations so the game is new and refreshing each time you play. Super Groovy now includes both a frenzied Arcade Mode and the addictive Classic Mode for even more great action. Arcade Mode features three bad guys, the Meanie Brothers, to contend with. Scar Face, Shades and Patch each have their own nasty style. The meanies like to chase you down and get in your way, or even attack. But don't worry, be happy, use your power-ups to fight back. In Arcade Mode the Star Bonuses power-up up the Smile so you can take on the Meanies, head on. Super Groovy is packed with over 8 original funky tunes to keep the game groove'n along.
Apple takes pre-orders for Logic, Logic Express 7.1 Apple is now taking pre-orders for the next major update to the companies professional grade music applications, Logic and Logic Express. The update, which brings both applications to version 7.1, will ship on DVD and will cost US$19.95.
Nick Arcade to add paid games Kids cable channelNickelodeon will unveil a revamped version of its Nick ArcadeWeb site July 1, supported by a marketing effort to introducepaid downloadable games.