“Control the bubbles just like we control cavitation as bubbles in the wrong place can be bad news”
Rome, GA (PRWEB) February 20, 2015
Hydro Dynamics, Inc. (HDI) has launched a new game app to promote its cavitation based ShockWave Power Reactor (SPR). The HDI technology is based upon forming and collapsing cavitation bubbles which produce shockwaves used heat, mix and extract fluids. In a parallel, in the game entitled “Cavitation Bubbles” challenges players to match 3 or more of the same color bubble so they collapse and disappear. Clearing a board can be challenging and fun, all the while reinforcing the HDI brand.
As part of the launch HDI is running a contest giving the first 25 players to complete all 150 levels a prize. HDI has also employed the services of Harold the puppet to create a video announcing the contest.
HDI is a world leader in cavitation bubble expertise, providing controlled cavitation to harness this normally destructive force. The game challenges players to “control the bubbles just like we control cavitation as bubbles in the wrong place can be bad news”. As a small company HDI is very excited about this new and fun marketing opportunity with reviews from beta testers being very positive and noting the game’s addictive nature. Cavitation Bubbles is available in the Google Play store for Android devices and more information about the contest can be found on a special game page on the HDI website.
About Hydro Dynamics
Hydro Dynamics is the developer of a patented cavitation process intensification technology called the ShockWave Power Reactor (SPR), enabling customers to solve critical mixing and heating problems. Reactors are operating on four continents with well-known customers in applications as diverse as increasing biogas yields to mixing petroleum drilling mud to more efficient homogenization and pasteurization of liquid eggs. The ShockWave Power Reactor allows customers to significantly decrease costs and increase profits, often with environmental and safety benefits. Learn more at http://www.hydrodynamics.com.