Puzzle Series Zup! Returns with Fourth Entry

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Zup! first graced Steam last year. Despite being a relatively young title, its developer has quickly created sequels for its surprisingly intense fanbase.

Zup! 4 continues with the classic formula. Your goal is to simply get a ball on a specified 2D platform while explosions occur. The physics-based puzzle platformer gameplay is only part of the allure.

Fans are also enamored with the thousands of easy to collect Achievements which each game comes packed with. If you’re ready for Zup! 4 then consider giving it an upvote on Steam Greenlight.

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