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Super Yum Yum Comes to PC Through Blitz 1UP

March 24, 2010

Super Yum Yum Comes to PC Through Blitz 1UP

Blitz 1UP partners with AirPlay to bring mobile puzzler SUPER YUM YUM: PUZZLE ADVENTURES to PC

Blitz 1UP, an initiative run by leading UK developer Blitz Games Studios, has partnered with AirPlay to bring award-winning IP SUPER YUM YUM to PC for its third outing.

SUPER YUM YUM is an award-winning mobile game with loveable characters, addictive gameplay and brain-tingling puzzles. Two iterations of the franchise launched in 2004 and 2006 and more than one million people have now played the game worldwide, on almost all major mobile network operators in Europe, North America and Japan.

And now SUPER YUM YUM: PUZZLE ADVENTURES, developed by Regolith Games, is making its debut on PC. Star as Leon the Chameleon in the fruit-licking, colour-changing, puzzle-solving adventure across four worlds and 36 levels.

In SUPER YUM YUM: PUZZLE ADVENTURES the pesky fruit monster Ms Tum Tum has broken her bikini diet plans and gobbled Leon’s stash of juicy fruit. Leon must eat his way through fruity, fiendish puzzles, licking fruit to change colour and choosing the right combinations of fruit to finish each level. Leon must also rescue his babies along the way.

  • Easy to pick up and play

  • Deceptively simple and original gameplay

  • Free from stress-inducing enemies

  • Adorable characters

  • Bite-sized gameplay with constant progression

  • Eat just enough to progress or complete each level perfectly

  • Four mini-game interludes

  • Intro/outro cutscenes with special ending for perfect play

  • 10 to 15 hours estimated playing time.

Chris Swan, Blitz 1UP Business Development Director, says: “We're delighted to be partnering with AirPlay to bring the SUPER YUM YUM franchise to PC. The team have created a charming and very original puzzle game that I'm certain will appeal to a very wide market on this platform."

Adds AirPlay’s Ian Masters: “Ever since SUPER YUM YUM first launched on mobile we always hoped Leon the Chameleon would one day make it to the big screen; or at least to one bigger than a coaster. Now with the support of Blitz 1UP, it's finally happening and we're as pleased as a particularly fruity punch about it.”

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