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February 9th, 2009 (Shoreview, MN): Howling Moon Software releases ScribBall 2: Redrawn, the sequel to their hit physics puzzle game!

ScribBall 2 greatly eclipses the original ScribBall, while still keeping the addictive and easy to learn gameplay of the original. Dozens of new features have been added:
  • Featuring themes such as: Watercolor, 8-bit, Monet, Da Vinci, Crayon, and more!
  • Also featuring guest webcomic artists like Tyler Hutchison (http://www.tylersaurus.com/), Nedroid (http://nedroid.com/) and Eric Feurstein (http://mrcolossal.livejournal.com/ ).
  • More special effects, more flair, more color!
  • Color blind friendly mode
  • Improved performance on older machines
  • Tracking of dozens of play statistics - see how many balls you've popped
  • More badges- and they're tracked with your high scores
  • New high quality sounds, re-recorded and remastered
  • High resolution graphics look great in HD - see the brush strokes in Monet mode!
  • Realistic physics as balls roll and tumble, using the Chipmunk Physics Library.

Driven by a simple point-and-click interface, ScribBall is easy to learn. When a group of four colored balls touch, they will pop and an avalanche of new balls will tumble in to take their place. Quickly and strategically tap out a few balls to set up the next match even before they settle into place. If gamers are swift enough, they'll add to an ever growing combo. Injection mode puts a new spin on the gameplay, where you add new balls to make matches.

"ScribBall 2 blows the original out of the water. We've added a lot of new fantastic graphics, and each different theme has a unique feel to it. We've expanded beautifully from the original hand drawn look," cites Andy Korth. "The new gameplay modes add a lot of new fun and playability, too."

If you enjoyed games like Bejeweled, Tetris, Frozen Bubble, or Snood, you'll love ScribBall 2!
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