GameColony Inc. Announces Release of the New PacMan-Style Game -- BuckMan

March 15, 2006, an online provider of multi-player skill-based tournaments, announced today that it has introduced its 19th online game - BuckMan. BuckMan is an exciting twist on a classic Arcade favorite, PacMan.

The object of the game is to earn points by having your BuckMan eat as many yellow dots and bonus Dollars as possible while avoiding the Red Spiders. Eating bigger yellow "power pills" in the corners of the board turns Spiders Green and edible by BuckMan for a while.

Playing the Game is very simple - control your BuckMan by using the arrow keys on your keyboard. Have your BuckMan avoid the Red Spiders and eat the yellow dots as you maneuver it around the board. Try getting the rotating Bonus Dollars when they appear. When pursued by Red Spiders, have your BuckMan eat the Power Pill -- a bigger yellow dot initially located in each of the corners of the board. After consuming the Power Pill, the Spiders will turn green for a while. Green Spiders will try to run away from BuckMan and BuckMan will be able to outrun the Spiders while they are Green. BuckMan has 3 lives.

Aside from 3-D graphics and cooler sound-effects there's a whole new dimension for players -- they can compete in various on-site tournaments to win cash prizes. GameColony's Java games can be played on any Windows, Macintosh or Linux computers with any browsers.

About GameColony:
GameColony has replicated the real-world tournament-playing environment and created an online community where users from all over the world can compete with each other to win cash prizes. The company continuously expands its operation with new game offerings and has already awarded over $1,000,000 in prize money to players.
19 real-time games of skill are currently available at Gin Rummy, Backgammon, Cribbage, Dominoes, Canasta, Pool, Solitaire, BuckMan, FreeCell, Rush 21, Poker-Rush, Pharaoh Treasure, Mahjong, Darts, Chess, etc. Players enter online competitions by contributing entry fees. The winner collects a cash prize based on the percentage of the resulting tournament prize-pot.

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