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A wiki and encyclopedia about one of PopCap's hit games, Zuma!
Started in October 30, 2011, we now have a total of 23 articles, and a total of 514 contributions!
Did You Know...
  • ...that Zuma was inspired by Puzz Loop, an Japanese game?
  • ...that Zuma's Revenge's Iron Frog dialouge is fake that the game could make you panic?

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Okay, what in the world is this "Zuma" game?
Zuma is a game series that is developed by PopCap. It is inspired by Puzz Loop, a Japanese game (later translated to English). The objective of Zuma is to eliminate all of the balls rolling around the screen along a given path (the path is clearly visible in all of the levels except for the last level) with other balls before these balls reach the yellow skull structure, which will open to varying degrees as a warning of oncoming balls. The player can carry two balls at a time and can switch at any time. As soon as one ball reaches the skull, the rest follow and the player loses a life. To prevent the balls reaching the skull, the player can eliminate the balls by firing a colored ball from the stone frog idol's mouth towards the chain of balls that will continue to push forward until the player fills the yellow bar, which is when the balls will stop producing off-screen. When three or more of the same color come in contact, they explode, possibly triggering other explosions as part of a chain reaction. The level is completed when after the bar is filled, the player eliminates all of the balls on the screen.


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