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Papa Pear Saga bounces onto mobile

Nov 28, 2013

Looking for a great new game to put in your pocket this weekend? Papa Pear Saga, King’s free-to-play spin on Peggle-style pachinko games, has finally made the jump from Facebook to mobile. The game is now available on iTunes and Google Play. If you need more reason to check it out than that, be sure to check out our four star review from this past April.

Papa Pear follows King’s tradition of Saga games that are finetuned on Facebook before making the jump to mobile. Candy Crush Saga, Pet Rescue Saga, and Bubble Witch Saga have all gone the same route. If you’re a fan of their other games, it seems like it’s only a matter of time until Farm Heroes Saga and the recently released Pepper Panic Saga follow suit.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I have some acorn-shaped pegs to bounce off of.


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Papa Pear Saga Walkthrough

Aug 20, 2013

Papa Pear Saga is a puzzle game from King where you will need to shoot balls down a game board to touch as many of the other balls on the screen before the ball reaches the bottom. Knowing how to manipulate the board and balls to your needs can be difficult, but with Gamezebo’s quick start guide you’ll have all of the tips, tricks, and walkthroughs you’ll need to stay ahead of the game.

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Papa Pear Saga Goes Mobile, Now Available in Canada

Aug 14, 2013

King is a company with a pretty solid strategy. Try out a formula on King.com, bring the winners to Facebook, and bring the Facebook successes to the iPhone, iPad and Android. With that in mind, we knew it was only a matter of time until Papa Pear Saga went mobile. 

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Papa Pear Saga Review

Apr 9, 2013

You should not throw food. However, food is allowed to throw itself, should the need arise. In Papa Pear Saga for Facebook, an anthromorphic pear wearing a crash helmet and goggles flings himself around a Peggle-inspired game board in the nameof fun. “Fun” is as good a reason as any for a piece of fruit to whip itself through minefields of pegs and power-ups.

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King.com rebrands as King, unveils two new Saga games

Mar 26, 2013

When compared to other conferences, GDC is fairly light on big announcements. King.com clearly didn’t get the memo, though, as they’ve just announced that they’re changing their name to King and releasing two new entries in the Saga series.

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