September 20, 2010 // 3:01 pm
- Today Alexander Bravve
at Nordcurrent has introduced 101-in-1 Megamix for PSP on PSN.
To quote: Today, I'm going to talk about our upcoming PSP game, available on PSN only: 101-in-1 Megamix. It will be released on 21st of September in North America and on 22nd of September in Europe.
As many of you have already guessed, 101-in-1 Megamix is a collection of 101 mini-games in different genres, ranging from arcade and puzzles, to space racing and cooking.
The game is structured as a series of humorous TV shows about underwater world, music, cooking and more. There is an unprecedented variety in visuals and game worlds. This is one of the few games that can take you from the Wild West to space and from Paradise Islands to a fancy restaurant.
Some of the games are based on well-known classics, and it will be easy to get an idea of where the inspiration came from.
However most of the games are completely original. We had lots of ideas about fun gameplay and fun visuals that wouldn't work as standalone projects, but would be really fun as a wacky mini-game. Here we were able to choose the best ones and finally do them. Hope you will enjoy them.
There are several game modes in 101-in-1 Megamix. The most important is TV Guide Mode - this is where you progress further into the game, unlock new games (only 15 of them are unlocked in the very beginning), get bonuses, etc.
More than a dozen of the games have an ad-hoc multiplayer. So you can grab your family or a friend and enjoy this mayhem together. There are two multiplayer modes in 101-in-1 Megamix - an ordinary multiplayer mode, and a Marathon mode. In Marathon mode, you are given a list of five randomly assigned games and you have to complete all 5 of them. The player who earns more points in all five is the winner.
101-in-1 Megamix is suitable for all ages and it will be as fun to play for your children or parents as it is for you. And did I say about the value for money? If you divide €14.99 (£11.99) by 101, it turns out that you pay less than 15 cents for a game! I don't think any other game can beat us on PSP.