Atari and Eko System’s Downstream Panic! for the PSP has a pretty interesting mission for players: save the fish and get them back to the ocean safely. The problem is, sharks and birds block your way, plus some mind bending obstacles will make the journey quite arduous. Check out the full article to see Downstream Panic!‘s cute fish and the predators out to get them.
The last time we heard from Atari and Eko System’s new offering for the PlayStation Portable, Downstream Panic!, was when we saw its first video trailer. Today, we’ve got more eye candy for you in the form of screenshots.
So what do we know about this upcoming handheld title? Well, in Downstream Panic!, you’re out to save the… er – fish. Apparently a ginourmous cyclone has blown them off the seas and you’ll have to help them return to the ocean safely using various tools. Well, this action-puzzle title sports some trippy-slash-cutesy art, as you can probably see from the screenshots below.
Downstream Panic! certainly looks addicting, but we’ll have to see how it fares in open water once it gets released in February. Anyway, check out the screenshots below.