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Hit Bubble Popper, Bubble Blaze, Optimized for Intel® Architecture

DUNDEE, UK, Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Outplay Entertainment, a leading social and mobile game developer and publisher, announced today that its highly-addictive bubble-popping game Bubble Blaze is now optimized for Android devices based on Intel® Architecture.

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Watch it HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EfqrfADzfw

A high-energy and fast-paced action adventure, Bubble Blaze is available on Google Play, Amazon Appstore and the Apple App Store. Players tackle over 160 exciting bubble popping puzzles as they tap and tilt their way through vibrant environments and conquer tricky obstacles. Its features include:

Addictive Puzzles - Crack open Mystery Bubbles, burst Beach Bubbles and pop past Cursed Bubbles. Tackle cunning foes and race against the clock.

Exhilarating Gameplay - Create Jewel showers, make bubble busting combos, and master huge score boosts by tilting your device and nudging falling treasure into Bonus Pots.

Bubble-Tastic Boosts - Unlock powerful boosts including explosive Fireballs, vibrant Rainbow Bubbles and bouncing Dragon Pups.

Leaderboards - See how your bubble blasting skills stack up against your friends and race them across the Bubble Blaze map.

Stunning Graphics - Journey across a world of frozen caves, exotic beaches and spectacular mountain peaks realised in stunning high definition graphics optimized for smartphones and tablets.

"With millions of downloads, Bubble Blaze has been Outplay Entertainment's biggest success. We're delighted to be showcasing Bubble Blaze on the next generation of Android devices based on Intel's latest platform. This is an excellent opportunity for us to make Bubble Blaze available to an even wider audience of Android gamers!" Senior Producer, Tone Brennan states.

Bubble Blazeoptimised for Intel's latest mobile platform is now on Google Play: http://bit.ly/188b1or

Bubble Blazeis also available free to download on:

iTunes App Store: http://bit.ly/SelyEp

Amazon Appstore: http://amzn.to/17kxXyi

For more information please contact: [email protected]

ABOUT OUTPLAY ENTERTAINMENT

Outplay Entertainment are a venture-backed developer and publisher with a mission to deliver fun, free and innovative games across a wide range of social and mobile platforms, for players to enjoy with friends and others around the world. The immersive, vibrant and unique experiences Outplay create across iOS, Android and Facebook are enjoyed by millions every day. For more information, please visit outplay.com, www.facebook.com/outplay or follow @outplayent on Twitter.

Media Contact: Press Team, Outplay Entertainment, 01382 236003, [email protected]

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