Zuma's Revenge

Exciting and colorful bubble shooting game

  • Vote:
    7.4 (377)
  • Category:

    Puzzle

  • Works under:

    Windows Vista / Windows XP

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Trial version

Zuma's Revenge is a puzzle game where players must match colored balls together by shooting them to prevent a snaking chain of orbs from getting into their base. Levels start off easy, but the pace soon quickens to put the player's reflexes to the test as they must navigate harder and harder levels involving faster chains. Power-ups and combos await for skilled players in their quest to defeat Zuma.

Beginning a game of Zuma's Revenge is easy, given that the game plays with only a point and shoot interface using the mouse. This allows the user to focus on precision without being distracted by extra controls that need attention. For a simple puzzle game, the graphics are helpful in distinguishing where shots will go. Distinct icons represent the power-ups while the chain of invading orbs' path is followed. Even the opening menu looks fantastic, allowing for easy tinkering of game settings and options. While Zuma's Revenge is repetitive like many puzzle games, progression in the game ups the difficulty just right to produce an engaging experience that will test many gamers' skills.

Pros:

  • Interesting gameplay. Zuma's Revenge encourages a sharp eye and quick fingers, but players must balance this with precision to succeed.
  • Clean graphics. Game elements stand out well, and there is little confusion as to what something is or where an object is going.
  • Excellent difficulty progression. As the game goes on, there are no sudden jumps in how hard a level is. Levels are fair.

Cons:

  • Singular gameplay. While the game is exciting, it does not offer anything new in terms of features as the player progresses.
  • Shooting angles are especially particular. It may take a bit of time for the player to get used to the way Zuma's Revenge registers shots.

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