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Advertising BlurbsBack of Jewel Case (UK):
Guide your Kula beach-ball across 200 enticing 3D labyrinths floating thousands of feet above the ground. Collect all the treasure and find the keys that open the way to freedom, taking care not to bounce off the edge and plummet to the ground.
... a whole new ball game!
Leap across scorching tiles, piercing spines and patrolling captivators intent on bursting your bubble, all within an ever-decreasing time limit.
Includes 2 player and bonus modes.
Contributed by CrankyStorming (3011) on Jul 31, 2011.
- More than 200 levels of addictive puzzle madness provide hours of challenging gameplay
- Pick up coins, gems and fruit, and dodge countless perilous obstacles
- Test your memory against a friend in the 2-player "Copy Cat: battle mode
- Innovative 3D platforms allow you to flip the playing perspective 360 degrees
Contributed by Corn Popper (69564) on Aug 15, 2006.
A World of Addictive 3D PuzzlesManeuver the world's coolest beach ball through more than 200 imaginative floating 3D mazes. Your goal: pick up the necessary coins, gems, fruits, and keys needed to exit each level, without bouncing off a ledge or running into the multiple obstacles that stand in your way.
Kula World is the first game from Game Design Sweden, and is one of the most innovative puzzle concepts ever seen on PlayStation. Featuring a captivating world of 3D platforms, you must maneuver the world's coolest beachball on a mission through 200 worlds. Balanced permanently on the precipice, each level presents a unique problem to solve and plenty of obstacles, traps and hazards to negociate.
The aim is to find the exit portal to proceed to the next level, which sounds simple; but when there are spikes that deflate your beachball, ice patches that send it hurtling over the edge and even giant rolling rocks that wipe it out completely, it's not so straightforward.
Kula World will keep you addicted for a dangerously long time - be prepared.
Contributed by Xoleras (66891) on Oct 25, 2004.