Amoebax – cute and addictive action-puzzle game

Amoebax is a free multi-platform Puyo-style puzzle game where the objective is to beat your opponent in a battle by filling their grid up to the top with garbage.

Due an awful mutation, some amoeba’s species have started to multiply until they take the world if you can’t stop them. Fortunately, the mutation made then too unstable and lining up four or more will make them disappear.

You can play as Kim or Tom against six cute creatures controlled by the amoebas or you can play up to four players in a tournament to check out who is the amoebas’ master. Watch out for the cute but amoeba’s controlled creatures that will try to put and end to your quest.

Amoebax is designed with levels for everyone, from children to adults. With the training mode everybody will quickly become a master and the tournament mode will let you have a good time with your friends. There is also catchy music, funny sound effects, and attractive graphics.

Features include:

  • Easy and fun to play.
  • Training mode to turn novices into Amoebax champions in no time.
  • 6 levels of increasing difficulty.
  • Play with your friends on the same computer in the tournament mode.
  • Two players can play on a same console (GP2X version).

Website: www.emma-soft.com/games/amoebax
Support:
Developer: Emma’s Software
License: GNU GPL v2

Amoebax

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