Zynga Unveils “Starfall Circus” Event in Empires & Puzzles
June 10 – 14, 2021
Today, Small Giant Games, a subsidiary of Zynga Inc. (Nasdaq: ZNGA), a global leader in interactive entertainment, launched “Starfall Circus”, a dazzling, circus-themed in-game event in its popular franchise Empires & Puzzles.
Starfall Circus is coming to the land of Karemdol, where Director Zuri will immerse players in a fantastical circus experience comprising 30 new stages and 11 new circus-themed heroes. Prepare to be amazed by circus performers such as Theobald the Knife-Throwing Miracle Bear, Emilio the Great Undead Phoenix Tamer and Whacker the Wacky Walloper, all of whom are eager to enthrall players with their tricks, wits and strength. As a bonus, heroes of the Starfall family can bypass certain obstacles and see their attack, defense and health abilities automatically increased by 20 percent in the Starfall quest.
Starfall Circus runs from June 10 through 14 – so enjoy the show!
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“Following the success of our League of Villains, our new Starfall Circus challenge brings a new family of amazing heroes including ringmasters, acrobats and clowns,” said Jose Saarniniemi, Managing Director of Small Giant Games. “The fun and spectacle of a circus setting offers players a fresh take on Empires & Puzzles’ vaunted match-3 puzzle gameplay.”
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