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Psycho Path for Pocket PC and Palm OS
Posted on 31-May-2005 18:16 | Filed under: Software


Psycho Path for Pocket PC and Palm OS
This game seems simple: annihiliate those annoying little fellows on a busy road. But it is not as easy as it looks: as the summer driving season kicks off, Handy Entertainment presents Psycho Path 2.0, a sequel to a pedestrian-crushing Carmageddon parody. Now available for both Windows Mobile 165997 Pocket PC and 50862 Palm OS 5.

Handy Entertainment brings back a road nightmare. A cranky fellow is on a daily run alongside of a busy Interstate 13. He is to help nasty grandmas across the road, react quickly to avoid collisions with skaters, poke his tongue out at a roadman
building an obstacle course, and even cheat a policeman that sticks like a bur.

Psycho Path Features:

  • Unscrupulous at times, but truly heart-warming game plot
  • Great visuals and fun amusing animations
  • Life-asserting sounds and original music theme
  • Easy controls with a choice between buttons and stylus
  • Smart AI characters with one's own behavior
  • Surprising and breath-taking in-game moments
  • Level-by-level andrenaline-style drive to glory and self-perfection








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