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Zoo Zoo Bubble, Bubble Game to Astound 1 Billion Enthusiasts

The Bubble Game That Promises to Break the Bubble Mania, Zoo Zoo Bubble Gets on Stage; Linkage to Facebook Means 1 Billion Enthusiasts Can Enjoy the Game Together

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/21/12 -- PNIX Games has announced the release of its newest game Zoo Zoo Bubble, a revolutionary puzzle game for Android.

Zoo Zoo Bubble has been developed by PNIX Games which successfully introduced "Gun Zombie: Hell Gate" and "Gun Zombie: Halloween."

Zoo Zoo Bubble is a game in which a lovable character throws around bubbles and bursts when they hit bubbles of the same color. The advanced graphic design and abundant background music takes the puzzle game to the next level.

In particular, it is the game that adopts Chain-combo system using the "blitz mode" and helps players challenge tournament with 1 billion Facebook users.

In addition, the game comes with numerous cute characters such as a penguin, lion and a bear as well as more than 50 varieties of items and accessories. The upgraded system with lovable pets and diverse skills provides fun at a different level.

A company spokesman said, "Zoo Zoo Bubble promises to take puzzle games to another level in terms of enjoyment."

You can download it at Google Play for free: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pnixgames.zoozoobubble

Also you can see Zoo Zoo Bubble Trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1DZRd89ysc&feature=youtu.be

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