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Robot Mania

PARIS – October 30, 2013 –  Azerbo, is proud to announce the launch of its latest mobile title, Robot Mania. Robot Mania is an original puzzle game available for free on iTunes, Google Play and the Amazon App Store.

The robots need your help! The evil Doctor Zorg has forced them to work in his factory! Set them free from his grasp!

In Robot Mania, you only need to swipe the robots to their respective exits with a limited number of moves to finish a level. Find the correct sequences to finish the 100 levels of the game!

Although the first levels act as a tutorial, the game becomes more and more challenging as you progress!

Dig deep into your mind to complete the game!


Key features:

·         Over 100 levels to complete and FREE LEVELS ADDED EVERY WEEK

  • Easy and fun to play but a challenge to master
  • Achievements and leaderboards for you and your friends!
  • Cloud support – Play on all your devices and keep your progression

Robot Mania can be downloaded for free from:

Itunes | Google Play | Amazon App Store

You can find our marketing assets in our press kit. Please contact us at contact@azerbo.com for any inquiries.

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About Azerbo

Founded in 2012, Azerbo is an independent developer based in Paris which aim is to provide fun and original games for mobile devices. Reaching millions of players with games such as Fire Truck 3D and Monster Cards: Shogimon, Azerbo is always trying to provide fresh and innovative games to mobile players.


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