Push Panic: TUAW’s Featured Daily App Review

In November, Appular introduced Push Panic, a mobile game that might have been overshadowed by other significant iOS game launches. This game is reminiscent of the classic Tetris but incorporates features from Same Game.

Players must quickly tap blocks of the same color to clear them from the screen, preventing the display from filling up. The gameplay ranges from straightforward to chaotic, offering four distinct modes that challenge players to achieve specific block removal goals, pursue high scores and combos, or eliminate as many blocks as possible within a set timeframe.

The latest update, version 1.1.1, of Push Panic presents a refined experience with full support for both Game Center and OpenFeint, enabling players to earn achievements and compete on leaderboards.

It also features an engaging soundtrack. Appular has recently announced to TUAW that the game is available for free download today, providing a perfect opportunity for gamers to try it out at no cost.

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