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Conspiracy Entertainment’s Octomania is in Stores Now

by Neal Ronaghan - April 21, 2008, 2:40 pm EDT
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The Wii puzzle game has support for four players online and off.

Octomania, the octopus-centric Wii puzzle game, hit stores on April 8th. It features a story mode and both offline and online multiplayer. Published by Atlus U.S.A. and developed by Conspiracy Entertainment, the game is focused on saving the land of Lonronpia from the accidental infestation of octopi. The game, supervised by the creator of Puyo Pop, appears to be similar to the typical genre of falling block puzzle games.

Octomania is available for $19.99 and is rated “E” for Everyone.


IRVINE, CA - April 8, 2008 - Atlus U.S.A., Inc. today announced that Octomania, the Wii(TM) arcade puzzler with multiplayer for four and support for online play via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, is now in stores. The beautiful land of Lonronpia has a small problem - scratch that - hundreds of thousands of small problems (and by problems we, of course, mean octopi). Solve the infestation in story mode, challenge a friend or three in a local multiplayer match, or take your game online and go head-to-head with a friend or random foe. Whatever your play style, one thing is guaranteed: Octomania!

Octomania is now available with an MSRP of $19.99. For more on Octomania, please visit the official website:


Octomania has been rated "E" for Everyone by the ESRB for Comic Mischief and Mild Suggestive Themes.

About Octomania

On a peaceful day in the land of Lonronpia, Kari, an apprentice magician, is summoning up her favorite treat. When her spell goes horribly awry, hundreds of thousands of colored octopi suddenly rain down from the clouds. A guardian angel appears before her, asking Kari to rid the land of the octopi and undo the damage of her failed spell.

Key Features

- Encounter zany foes on your quest to rid Lonronpia of octopi! Story mode takes you to multiple locales to battle a variety of clever and humorous opponents, while Arcade mode lets you jump straight into the action. You can even opt to play in "Endless mode," where it's all about how long you can hang in there before your screen fills up.

- Local head-to-head and Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection multiplayer modes! Whether you're playing alone, alongside a friend, or against a random player online, the fast-paced puzzle gameplay is always a blast. Two players can face off online, and up to four players can play in local multiplayer.

- Tons of content for a great price. Combo chains, special attacks, multiple difficulty levels … Experienced gamers will find a lot to enjoy, but newcomers will find just as much fun to be had. And with the included tutorial mode, anyone can pick it up and play.

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