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Frenzic Lands Today with a Fresh New Trailer

Posted by James Newton

200 Points for portable puzzler

Two Tribes' latest release, Frenzic, launches on European DSiWare today with a North American release to follow on Monday, and we have the official launch trailer to fill in some of the details in case you're not sure whether to take the 200 Point plunge or not.

If the press release and following trailer still don't answer your questions, our Frenzic interview will bring you all the information you need.

Two Tribes and the Iconfactory release indie classic Frenzic for Nintendo DSiWare™!

One of the early success stories on the iPhone can now be enjoyed in improved form on the Nintendo DSi™ system.

Amersfoort, the Netherlands, November 26th, 2010 - As part of Two Tribes' recently launched indie-publishing initiative, Two Tribes and the Iconfactory are proud to announce the release of highly addictive puzzle game Frenzic for the Nintendo DSiWare™ service. For just 200 Nintendo DSi Points™, Frenzic is now available in Europe, with an American release following on November 29th 2010.

Frenzic is a unique puzzle game that dazzles the eye, teases the brain and keeps you coming back for more! It takes only minutes to learn, but months to master as you devise new, impressive play strategies to push your brain to its limit. While playing Frenzic, you will find yourself in a hectic race that tests both your mind and reflexes. You can challenge your personal best and climb through seven levels of Devotion from Newbie all the way to Frenzic Master. There can only be one and that one could be you!

Key features
A fast-paced, addictive game that makes other puzzle games look like child's play
Full touch screen control
Real time high score updates
Complete power-ups for increased abilities
Climb through seven levels of Devotion, all the way up to Frenzic Master

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User Comments (8)

Tethers

#1

Tethers said:

Yeah.... I still have absolutely no idea what's going on in this game, so in this way the trailer was not very helpful.

RaylaxStaff

#2

Raylax said:

Nice trailer. Still absolutely no clue what it's about. So actually... crap trailer. Artsy, but crap. I'll hold out for a review. And some actual gameplay footage. And see if I can find the operations manual online. As far as I know, this might as well be a Trivial Pursuit spin-off.

Jayayess1190

#3

Jayayess1190 said:

This game is on iOS devices, so to see how it plays look at videos/reviews of it on them.

Victoria

#5

Victoria said:

That trailer was pointless. Is the game about cutting apples? I don't get it.

i8cookie

#6

i8cookie said:

Awful trailer, it fails to demonstrate the game, and is also terribly made.

RantingThespian

#7

RantingThespian said:

Yes, I always wanted a game about slices of fruit, pinwheels, umbrellas, flowers, tires, Ferris wheels, and camera men having seizures after it all (why else would the camera man collapse after all that?).

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