King releases latest highly addictive game in Pet Rescue Saga

King releases latest highly addictive game in Pet Rescue Saga

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We hope you’ve got a big block of free time to set aside, King has released yet another addictive game on Android. Following on the heels of Candy Crush Saga and Bubble Witch Saga comes Pet Rescue Saga.

A top 10 Facebook game, Pet Rescue Saga debuts with 72 exciting levels of gameplay featuring nearly one dozen animated pets who need your help. As you might expect, the game features powerups and unlockable items as well as Facebook log-in and sync.

If this one is anything like the previous game, we anticipate plenty of updates and new features to be rolled out on a regular basis.

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King’s Adorably Fun Top 10 Facebook Game “Pet Rescue Saga” Now Available on Mobile 

Pet Rescue Saga becomes King’s third cross-platform game; lets players save loveable characters whenever and wherever they wish with synchronized progress across devices

San Francisco, CA & London, England – June 13, 2013 – King, the world’s leading cross-platform, bite-sized games company, today announces that its popular, top 10 Facebook game, Pet Rescue Saga, is now available on Mobile. The game, which has over 5 million daily players (DAU according to AppData June 11, 2013), is available on iOS (iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch) and on Google Play for Android devices.

“Pet Rescue Saga is one of King’s most-played games. It has strong puzzle challenge and a great story where players work to save cuddly dogs, cats and birds from dangerous scenarios,” said Riccardo Zacconi, CEO and co-founder of King. “Just like with our popular cross-platform game Candy Crush Saga, players will now be able to play Pet Rescue Saga anywhere, anytime and ensure their leaderboards, scores and progress is synchronized, regardless of device.”

Pet Rescue Saga launches on mobile with over 72 levels featuring more than 10 cute, animated pets in dire need of help from all kinds of threats across a fantastic Saga land that includes both fairytale and urban landscapes. Boosters allow gamers to clear columns or individual blocks in various ways to save enough pets and advance through each episode, which includes 5-10 different types of puzzle levels.

Pet Rescue Saga’s mobile features include:

  • Synched with Facebook: Players can continue their progress, unlock new levels and access leaderboards in both the Facebook and mobile versions
  • Ability to unlock helpful charms and boosters to benefit players’ journey through the Saga
  • 72 exciting levels and several modes for players to test their pet-saving skills against time limits, a limited number of moves and any threats
  • Sharp, vivid retina display and 3-D visuals
  • Built-in online connectivity to see friends who are also playing

 

Pet Rescue Saga for iOS and Google Play is free and available now. To play, please visit (https://itunes.apple.com/se/app/pet-rescue-saga/id572821456?l=en&mt=8) for iOS or for Android go to (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.king.petrescuesaga).

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5 Comments

  1. Michelle Harwood
    August 22, 15:35 Reply

    I don’t know how to remove a block from the river. Even when I rescue all the pets and get the score, I can not move ahead. What’s up?

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