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New Powerpuff Girls app celebrates new series

Published on: 1st April 2016

The new app, Flipped Out, includes two games in one.

powerpuff480The new series of The Powerpuff Girls is premiering on 25th April at 6:15pm on Carton Network. Now fans can take the action with them on-the-go by downloading the mobile game, Flipped Out.

Key features of the Flipped Out app include:

Two ways to play: Players can use their wits in the puzzle mode to match same coloured creatures until they explode. Or flip the device and their fists to battle in hand-to-hand combat.

Flip the script: Users can change between puzzle and action modes at any time just by flipping the device. They can play exclusively in your favorite mode, or use a combination of brains and brawn for some super synergy.

Townsville needs you: Help Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup protect the city from an army of monsters in this all-new, fully voiced Powerpuff adventure.

Three for all: Both modes let the player play as Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup, all at the same time. They can team up to take down toughies, or divide and conquer to cover more ground.

Super upgrades: Unlock stickers to upgrade stats and add new powers. Customise sticker loadouts for each girl to find favourite combos.

Launched exclusively on iOS on 31st March and across mobile platforms, Amazon and Google Play on 14th April, Flipped Out is developed by Grumpyface Studios, the team behind the number one ranking Steven Universe RPG, Attack the Light.

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