New Zuma game – Magic Popo is now free for a limited time

[] Based in Hong Kong – EffectMatrix Software Studio, a world-class developer of Windows(R), Macintosh(R) multimedia and iOS software, game applications, newly announced Magic Popo, Magic Popo is a game of Zuma system but more addictive. The playing method is totally new and different from Zuma. It creates a surprisingly simple color-matching game that never fails to be fast, challenging, and exciting. Never thinking of “killing your time”, once you start, this is a game you would like to sit down and will be playing for a while.

Magic Popo is a fantastic balls shooting battle in a strange world which is divided into 4 scenes of 20 levels. You’ll need to use your rapid-fire action and color-matching skills to remove balls in your path, before you losing a life or failing the level.

* Three Game Modes
Easy, Normal, Hard game modes.
Play 4 regions of 20 levels in each mode.

* Agile Gameplay
The unique automatic magic variable speed system.

* Graphics Presentation
A nice interface with sharp and colorful environments.
Charming in clever design, from the various start-up loading screen to the way a ball spins down into place after being fired.

* Sound Effects
Well-designed passionate tunes.

Device Requirements:
* Requires iPad with iOS 5.0 or later
* 54.6 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Magic Popo is available Free worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.EffectMatrix Software
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Based in Hong Kong, EffectMatrix Software Studio is a world-class developer of Windows(R), Macintosh(R) multimedia and IOS game, painting applications. Since founded in Year 2002, it has been playing a more and more important role in this area. At present, there are various professional DVD, video, audio and painting tools which are highly reputed and recommended by numerous users for the easy-use, fast-speed and powerful-function. Copyright (C) 2013 EffectMatrix Software Studio. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac OS X platforms are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

###Debellis Chew
Product Manager
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