Kwazy Cupcakes! game launched Posted January 3 2015

Kwazy Cupcakes! game launched

Kwazy Cupcakes!, the previously fictitious game that Captain Holt uncharacteristically became addicted to, has today been launched by Universal Partnerships & Licensing and Red Interactive Agency. The match-3 game features 50 levels and is now available for free.

According to the press release, Kwazy Cupcakes! follows the adventures of Kwazy Koala on his exciting journey through Cupcake Mountain. In the game, players mix and match cupcakes to clear tiles and earn points in 50 unique levels filled with mouth-watering challenges.

View the game on Google Play or on iTunes.

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