Voodoo Partners With Amazon Prime Gaming

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Voodoo Partners With Amazon

Aquapark.io and Cube Surfer are available to Amazon Prime Gaming members from today, ad-free for seven days, with other popular Voodoo titles joining them later this month.

Currently making moves towards global growth, Voodoo continues to make a name for itself with its investments and collaborations. This time, the famous mobile game publisher has announced a brand new collaboration with Amazon Prime Gaming. Prime members will now be able to play hypercasual mobile games in Voodoo’s library without ads. For now, only two games of the publisher have been promoted to the platform. However, it was announced that other games will be added to the list later in January.

Prime Gaming members can enjoy ad-free gameplay with the following titles:

Cube Surfer! – a 3D arcade game where players stack cubes to make a tower and surf to the finish line

Aquapark.io – a waterslide game where players compete to reach the end of the slide first

Headquartered in Paris since launch in 2013, Voodoo’s extensive stable of games now includes over 100 mobile titles, retaining more than 300 million monthly active users.  Throughout 2020, Voodoo has continued to enjoy strong results, breaking company records, as they continue to deliver chart topping hits and seek to entertain the world. At the end of December, we announced that the company had more than two billion downloads. With this number, Voodoo’s total downloads reached 4.4 billion.

The studio’s major hits include Helix Jump, Baseball Boy, Snake vs Block, Hole.io, Aquapark.io and Purple Diver.

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