ROCHESTER, New York — September 5, 2007 — Ambrosia Software, Inc.
announced today the release of pop-pop 1.0.5. This release brings support
for PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, and also provides enhancements to the
pulse-quickening arcade game.
pop-pop is a unique fusion of pulse-quickening arcade game action and
Internetworkable combat that’s more addictive (and more colorful) than a
handful of jellybeans. Pick your pop and enter the bright happy world of
fierce brick-bashing combat, where your paddle is your weapon, and your
pop-fu must be strong to survive.
This updated version, free to registered users of pop-pop, may be
pop-pop 1.0.5 includes the following improvements and changes:
— pop-pop is now a Universal Binary that runs natively on PowerPC and
— Compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard WWDC Release
— Various bug fixes and enhancements
pop-pop has over 100 built-in puzzle levels if you want to play solo to
sharpen your pop-pop’ing skills, or play against the viciously aggressive
computer AI pops for a test of your mettle. The real challenge of your
pop-worth, however, is when you enter the Internet arena to play against
other pop-pop players all over the world!
pop-pop has a built-in Ambrosia game tracker that allows you to easily find
other people to play against. Best of all, pop-pop is playable from
anywhere in the world, even over slow modem Internet connections.
pop-pop costs $25, requires Mac OS X 10.3 or later, and is a Universal
Ambrosia Software, Inc. – publisher of award-winning programs for the
Macintosh and Windows, distributes a full line of utility, productivity,
and anti-productivity (game) software through the Internet as shareware.
Unregistered versions of Ambrosia’s products on DVD-ROM can be obtained at
Ambrosia’s web site, www.AmbrosiaSW.com or by calling Ambrosia’s order
center at 585.325.1910.