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MumboJumbo Presents 7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven

November 13, 2008

MumboJumbo Launches 7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven for PC

Third chapter features all-new rotatable game board, 70 levels, nine new wonders

MumboJumbo, leading developer and publisher of casual games, has unveiled 7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven for the PC. This is the third chapter in the 7 Wonders franchise, the first two installments of which enjoyed extended stays on a number of portal Top 10 lists. 7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven will retail for $19.99 at retailers and leading game portals.

7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven features an all-new twist on the classic Match 3 genre—now players are able to rotate the playing board during certain parts of the game to make matches easier and enhance power-ups. In this latest episode, there are nine wonders to build and keystone and lock puzzles to solve on each level.

“In the new 7 Wonders: Treasures of Seven, we’re elevating the Match 3 genre by introducing an all-new rotatable game board,” said Mark Cottam, CEO of MumboJumbo. “We really wanted to give players multiple puzzles to solve and round out the experience. Fans will really love this latest chapter.”

By matching like-colored runes in 7 Wonders, players make matches and clear blocks. When all of the blocks are cleared, a pathway will appear along with a keystone and a lock. The player must then make matches below the keystone to drop it along the pathway, guiding it toward the lock. In order to place the keystone in the lock, players will have to rotate the playing board clockwise or counter-clockwise in order to keep the keystone on the path. Once the keystone is in the lock, the level is complete, revealing the hidden inner cube.

Treasures of Seven is the follow-up to the hit 7 Wonders II, which was downloaded more than 1.5 million times when it launched in 2007. The game is rated E for Everyone, and is available at retailers nationwide and online.

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