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Platform: PlayStation 3
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: PopCap Games


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Staff Reviews

Zuma review

Reviewed July 15, 2009

Gareth Chadwick says: "Zuma is a another budget priced puzzle/'casual' title from Popcap Games. Just like Bejewelled, it's all about making groups of the same colour disappear, but this time it's balls that you're popping, not gems. Please note that, throughout this review, we are avoiding any balls-related puns, because they're, well, balls."
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Reader Reviews

Zuma review

Reviewed May 16, 2015

Robotic_Attack says: "Zuma is an evil, evil game that teleports you several hours through through your evening straight to bed-time when you swore to yourself you would just try a few rounds."
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