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  • 78 different and challenging levels
  • Great presentation makes the game more enjoyable
  • Simple to play, but still provides a challenge
  • See how long you can survive in Time Trial, or progress through the game in Story Mode
  • Various bonuses and powerups increase the fun
  • No difficulty levels to tune the game to your skill level
  • Little variety to the action
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Tumblebugs Fast Facts

  1. Tumblebugs was released in late 2005.
  2. The game was developed by the Australian-based company of Wildfire Studios.
  3. Currently, Tumblebugs has only one sequel which is simply titled Tumblebugs 2.
  4. Wildfire is a company that largely specializes in making pinball simulators. A few of those titles include Devil's Island Pinball, Dirt Track Racing Pinball, KISS Pinball, and Balls of Steel.
  5. Tumblebugs is available for the PC, Mac, Wii, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iPad and iPhone.
  6. Tumblebugs has been downloaded from CNET over 13 thousand times.

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