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Asynchronous Turn-Based Physics Bomb Buds Debuts Today on iOS

Created on Friday, 11 April 2014

BombBuds iOS Title 

Bomb Buds is the ultimate action strategy game for mobile. Developed by Seattle-based Fugazo, Bomb Buds is set in a plant-based world filled with tiny garden warriors that shoot physics-based projectiles out of their heads. Players can play through 192 single player campaign missions to unlock and level up their Buds and then battle it out in asynchronous PVP matches and climb the leaderboards. Pick your Buds and get in on the action

 

 

 

PUBLISHER: Perfect World Entertainment
STUDIO: Fugazo
GENRE: Action Strategy Battle Game
OFFICIAL SITE:www.facebook.com/BombBuds

Key Feature
One hundred and ninety two single player campaign levels
Thirty hidden challenge puzzles
Seven unique map levels
PVP Battles
Eight bud characters with special skills
Four tiers of bud upgrades with unique stats and visuals
Ranked matches and leaderboards
Sudden death and random loot drops dramatically change the tide of battle
Jackpot prize plant provides free daily login rewards and a chance to win high tier items.

Available on the App Store for iOS here: itunes.apple.com/app/bomb-buds/id703985854

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