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If you're like me, you're playing Zuma on your computer while you're supposed to be working. I'm one of those people that get sucked into and addicted to games like this. Zuma is on its way to the iOS, but if you need your mobile ball-blasting action now, Zuma's Revenge! is available on the Nintendo DS. How does it hold up on a handheld? Pretty damn good. The story of... Read Review

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