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Blackout: Bring the Color Back to the Sky

MONTREAL, CANADA – September 13, 2013 – The Gooranos are at it again!  The pesky critters are blacking out the suns of nearby planets and it’s up to you and your variety of high-flying Googabongas to bring light back to the universe in Blackout: Bring the Color Back to the Sky, a newly updated game for iOS and Android mobile devices.

Based on the tremendously popular arcade game from Adrenaline Amusements, a leading developer of next generation arcade video game machines that incorporatetransparent screen technology with multi-touch input, Blackout will be instantly familiar to mobile gamers as they sling their colorful Googabongas at the surface of the sun to splatter it with color and remove the black goo spread by the Gooranos.

Available for free, Blackout: Bring the Color Back to the Sky is a game of strategy and precision as each colored Googabongas has a unique set of attributes and advantages to help you navigate the elements.  As you progress, the challenge to color the sun grows and if the Gooranos aren’t bad enough, there’s wind to account for, satellite planets to color, and UFOs on the way to block you’re your Googabongas path to the sun.

Check out the game play here.  The newly updated game now offers:

  • 4 unique worlds, each with 20 action-packed levels.
  • Earn and accumulate gems to purchase powerful Googabongas
  • 15 increasingly difficult achievements.
  • Social sharing via Facebook so you can share your top scores and help your friends.
  • 5 colorful Googabongas with more available via the in-game store.

Blackout for iOS is available on the App Store, while Blackout for Android can be found on Google Play.  To learn more about Blackout, visit or become a fan on Facebook.

About Adrenaline Amusements

Adrenaline Amusements builds entertainment products for today’s kids—and for the kid in every one of us. Adrenaline’s mission is to develop and introduce a new breed of entertainment products to the arcade industry. Since its foundation in 2010, Adrenaline has worked to align the coin-op industry with what is played today. The company’ first multi-touch platform was introduced for the first time on November 2010 under the name TouchFX.  The first game that was introduced was a version of the popular app Fruit Ninja, with other arcade machines featuring Infinity Blade and Flight Control games following soon after.  Adrenaline launched the new cross-platform franchise Blackout, starting with the arcade version in November 2012 and the iOS version in June 2013.

While video games’ gameplay has evolved from traditional controls to multi-touch surfaces, the arcade game industry has not adapted to the trends of today’s players.  Along with newly acquired Sarbakan, Adrenaline plans to change the game.  Seeing is believing.  To find out more on Adrenaline and our partners, visit

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