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Microsoft Adding TiQal, Dreamfall To Xbox Live

Microsoft has announced that Slapdash's puzzler TiQal will be added to Xbox Live Arcade as part of its regular Wednesday update, along with a Switchball update, as Funcom's Dreamfall is added to its Xbox Originals series.

Brandon Boyer, Blogger

March 24, 2008

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Microsoft has announced that Slapdash's puzzler TiQal will be added to Xbox Live Arcade as part of its regular Wednesday update, along with a Switchball update, as Funcom's Dreamfall is added to its Xbox Originals series. Microsoft says that in TiQal, players must "demolish enemy block walls by matching squares of the same color and building them up to unleash massive combo points and mind-blowing power-ups." The game promises 120 levels of play with 14 powerups and multiplayer support for two player play both locally and over Xbox Live. The game will be priced at 800 Points ($10). Sierra's Switchball will also be getting a re-release on the service with an update that brings "enhanced graphics for a smoother gameplay experience and enhanced leaderboards." Finally, Dreamfall, Funcom's sequel to PC adventure title The Longest Journey from producer Ragnar Tørnquist, will be added to the Xbox Originals service, offering full original Xbox games as digital downloads. The adventure title will be released at 1200 Points ($15).

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