Steampunk Wizards Inc (OTCMKTS:SPWZ) confirmed the launch of its unique game, named as ‘Bungee Mummy: Challenges’, which is a free-to-play set of interesting mini-games designed on the Bungee Mummy game idea.
Steampunk stated that Bungee Mummy: Challenges provides players an opportunity to play a series of different casual mini-games. Each game differs in various aspects and requires different ability, skill set and style of game play, whether it is bungee jump, tap and shoot, or swipe to cut and drop. In fact, the new game can be stated as a cross between Cut the Rope, Angry Birds and Spiderman in terms of game play. The challenges get tougher as the player advances to new level.
The new game of Steampunk can be better called as a continuation game that is designed on the concept of Bungee Mummy: King’s Escape. It is a fascinating and thrilling adventure puzzler game which company expects to re-introduce in the near future on web as well as on Mobile platform. In King’s Escape, the players are given a chance to claim real-life 3D printable prizes.
Steampunk Wizards Inc (OTCMKTS:SPWZ) reported that Bungee Mummy: Challenges is uniquely designed to provide players with an opportunity to use King Phero in many different ways and to put into practice their skills in the voyage game. Anton Lin, the Chief Executive said that the overview of game forced the team to introduce new features in the game so that there are more challenges and fun in the game. Following this, the company decided to unveil the true potential of Phero and added new Challenges.
In last trading session, the stock price of Steampunk gained more than 2% to close the trading session at $2.03. The gains came at a share volume of 253,804 compared to monthly average share volume of 54,681. After the recent gains, the market cap stands at 53.90 million.
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