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Kombinera is a new mobile game co-developed by Atari

Atari and Graphite Lab came together to work and announced the release of a brand new puzzle platform game Kombinera for a bunch of platforms, including mobile devices, on both Android and iOS devices on April 7, 2022.

Kombinera is a dazzling neon puzzle-platformer that tests the skills and wits of players from St. Louis-based Graphite Lab. It will contain 300 levels of devilishly difficult puzzles that hide behind a platter of colorful shapes and simplistic controls.

Graphite Lab has been making popular mobile games for a while now with titles like Bratz Total Fashion Makeover and RollerCoaster Tycoon Story under their belt, the latter being another collaboration with Atari.

Atari is one of the oldest names in the history of the game industry itself, with titles like Pong and Pac-Man being some of their biggest games. They were quite a big player in the industry until the game crash of 1983. It’s been a while since Atari released an original title and finally they’re back with such an interesting game.

Control and get every ball to the end of the level in Kombinera

Kombinera is quite a dynamic and unique game in which the challenge is to merge a group of balls that move together while avoiding the different obstacles in the level. The game features 300 levels, a cool neon visual style, and an in-depth, complex, and moving emotional storyline.

Kombinera is a new Neon Puzzle-Platformer from Atari

In this game, you will be able to control several balls, each of a different color with a different power, which helps them interact with obstacles of the corresponding color, and gives them advantages and resistances. The goal is to get each ball to the end of the level.

Kombinera is a really fun project for Atari because it’s a modern game that anyone can play and enjoy on today’s platforms, but it also feels like an Atari classic to pick up and play, and it’s really what our mission is to bring high quality gaming experiences to gamers while staying true to Atari’s roots.

Wade Rosen, CEO, atari

The balls have different special abilities and the game gets harder as you play, with some of the screenshots on the official site looking quite intense. All in all, the game seems like a pretty solid casual title that should be released for gamers around the world.

It should be interesting to see what new things this game brings to the table and how well it acclimates to the fraternity of players across the globe. As of now, Kombinera is expected to release on Google Play Store for Android and Apple App Store for iOS devices on April 7th. Atari has not yet announced whether this game will be free or premium.

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