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FACT SHEET

Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America
Developer: Idol Minds, Inc.
Platform: PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) computer entertainment system via PLAYSTATION®Network
Genre: Action / Comedy
Players: 1-4 players
Rating: “T” for “Teen”
Release Date: Summer 2008
Price: $5.99

OVERVIEW
The PAIN expansion pack is more PAINful than ever! This time, we are leaving Downtown and headed to the AMUSEMENT PARK! New to PAIN is online multiplayer mode play and 5 crazy modes to enjoy. The AMUSEMENT PARK still has the same creative, skill-driven comedic experience that presents players with the unique opportunity to control and capture the irreverent style of humor found in slapstick movies and online video clips. But now you are in a whole new PAIN-filled environment!

The Amusement Park keeps the same core, unique PAIN mechanic which allows the player to load characters into an extreme launching device, (this time a broken ride). Fire the character through physics controlled environments such as the “Tilt-a-Hurl, Deuces Wild, and Booty of the Sea”.

Receive points by stringing together PAINful collisions and inducing chaos in the environment. The player must achieve a wide variety of goals and / or reach various scoring milestones in each of the different modes of play. As challenging as it is funny, PAIN includes online leaderboards and has trophy support so you can see where you rank between your friends and throughout the world.

New Modes for PAIN Amusement Park include:

HOT n COLD: A single player puzzle game where the player must find the hidden teddy bear target within the Amusement Park. Each teddy bear detonated by the player returns a message of Hot or cold giving the player clues to the location of the hidden bear.

Clown Toss: A single player game based on Mime Toss. Glass planes are replaced with exploding barrels and the floating Mime is replaced with a Clown bouncing on a pogo stick.

Fun with Explosives: A multi-player game for up to 4 different players. Launch into an environment and attempt to detonate as many explosives as possible.

Trauma: A multi-player game mode that challenges players to cause as much pain to themselves and others as possible. Think the game Go head-to-head with friends and see if they can make all the same elaborate launches.

Call the Shot: A multi-player game mode that lets players challenge each other by choosing a set of two to four objects to hit in a single launch. The more difficult the shot, the more points the challenged player will earn.
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