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Wednesday, 17 September 2008 06:35

Feeding Frenzy 2 & Domino Master arrive today

Written by David Stellmack

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Latest offerings for Xbox Live plus expansion pack

Microsoft will release a couple of new things later on today on what has started being called “XBLA Wednesdays.” First up will be the sequel to the very popular Feeding Frenzy, with the fish returning again in Feeding Frenzy 2: Shipwreck Showdown.

The sequel to the original Feeding Frenzy will have sixty levels, new fish, and new underwater scenes. The game will also feature a new “time attack” mode. The game has increased in popularity since its original release, as it has been added to the disc included with the Xbox Arcade model. Feeding Frenzy 2: Shipwreck Showdown will be offered for 800 points.

With the popularity of casual games it comes as no surprise that a game based on Dominoes will make its way onto the Xbox platform. Domino Master allows you to play alone or with someone else in five different versions of the game. Dominoes continue to be very popular in some segments, and with some solid achievements and online leader boards it could become all the rage on the 360 platform. Domino Master will be offered for 800 points.

The very popular Ticket To Ride will get a new 400 point expansion pack that is called “Ticket To Ride: 1910” which will add 35 new destination tickets, as well as a GlobeTrotter bonus card for creating the most routes. The expansion will require that you throw out all of your old strategies and use new wit and cunning to beat the Mega Game and Big City options.

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