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That’s a lot of mini games, Atlus

Posted by: Tina at 9/17/2009 3:39 PM
Puzzles, shooters, and fighting galore: Atlus Online has added a heap of mini games to their online portal for everyone’s gaming pleasure. Droplitz, the puzzler oddly reminiscent of Bioshock’s Hacking mini game, is just one game accessible in the collection of nearly 100 mini games.

The mini games are meant to attract even the most casual of gamers, as the flashed based games are all generally pretty simple but still entertaining. The myriad of genres will also certainly appeal to a diverse crowd, which is something head of business operations Jamie Ortiz hopes to achieve. Check the site and let the games begin!



Atlus Online Proves Great Things Come in Small Packages; Adds Droplitz and Nearly 100 Mini Games to Portal



IRVINE, Calif. – Sept. 17, 2009 – The community-driven online gaming portal, Atlus Online, made not one, not two, not even 10 – but close to 100 additions to the portal, including Blitz Arcade’s Droplitz and a slew of lively mini-games. Atlus Online, ever committed to enhancing the experience on its frequently updated portal, continues its quest to become the ultimate gaming, anime and online hub for fans across many interests.



“The addition of Droplitz and the mini-games to the portal ensures that no matter what a community member’s gaming preference is, we have something for them,” said Jamie Ortiz, head of business operations, Atlus U.S.A., Inc. “We strive to offer our community a wide variety of fun and engaging content to experience.”



Droplitz, everyone’s favorite puzzler, is all about spinning dials to save the precious Droplitz dripping from the top of the screen. Players will be mesmerized as they create multiple paths at the same time, earning score combos and generating more Droplitz.



Atlus Online’s mini-games are packed with a range of fun and challenging options, allowing members to pass the time with a catchy rhythm game or immerse themselves in a multi-player shootout. From the most extreme, hardcore online gamer to the Solitaire-playing casual gamer, this selection of almost 100 flash mini-games range in genre, including sports, fighting, puzzle and shooting to name a few.



* Frantic, an enthralling 2D top-down shooter, allows players to pilot a spaceship as enemies rain down. Avoiding the bullets, players collect power-ups along the way, which are necessary to defeat the ominous boss waiting at the end of each level.
* Even the most musically-inclined will find respite on Atlus Online’s newly-added game, Music Catch, an easy-paced, soothing game in which the self-proclaimed Beethoven’s of the online gaming world can collect musical notes while avoiding wrong notes, all against a brilliant soundtrack backdrop.
* For gamers who enjoy an explosion or two, Atlus Online presents Boomshine, a simple but addictive game that involves setting off a chain reaction to attain points.
* For those looking for a brain workout, Dinglepop is a competitive puzzle game which involves matching three shapes in a row, all while competing against opponents who attempt to fill the player’s screen by transferring over more shapes, setting this heart-racing multiplayer puzzle game apart from the masses.



Atlus Online fans and gamers of all sorts who want to check out or learn more about the addition of the mini games can visit http://www.atlusonline.com for more information.