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Aqua Panic! swims onto the PlayStation Network

Andrew Yoon, @scxzor
April 7, 2010
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Aqua Panic!, originally a PSP game called Downstream Panic!, is making its way to the PlayStation Network tomorrow in Europe, and some time in May in America. This puzzler has you using a variety of water-manipulating tools, as you try to take a group of fish safely back to water. Along the way, you'll have to watch out for deadly traps like giant piranhas. It may look cute, but it is deceptively difficult.

In addition to a PSP re-release, developer Eko is making an enhanced PS3 version of the game, featuring 1080p graphics, leaderboards and background music support. For those of you looking for an absurdly cute puzzle game, you may want to check this out. Watch the trailer after the break.

[Via GamerBytes]

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