Prolific mobile developer Jam City has unveiled their newest mobile game franchise: match-3 puzzle game Wild Things: Animal Adventure. It’s coming to iOS and Android soon, with pre-registration available now on Google Play.

“Wild Things: Animal Adventure delivers the spectacular visual and storytelling impact of an animated television or web series to mobile platforms,” staid Chris DeWolfe, co-founder and CEO of Jam City. “With engaging characters that connect with players, Wild Things: Animal Adventure enriches Jam City’s portfolio of hit titles with a deeper, story-driven style of gameplay. Based on extremely positive feedback from consumer testing, we believe we have a one-of-a-kind entertainment franchise in the making, and we can’t wait to introduce Wild Things: Animal Adventure to the world later this year.”

By completing the match-3 puzzles, players earn magic leaves. These leaves can be used to replant trees and restore the cute, chubby animals’ homes. Each level highlights a different animal and its story with fully 3D animated animal characters. Each animal has a signature power-up by completing their level.

In addition to hundreds of match-3 levels, Wild Things: Animal Adventure also includes several other game modes. These game modes include a race between a tortoise and a hare, collecting bamboo to feed a baby panda, and saving penguin eggs.

Players can also compete with friends in puzzles and share the animals they’ve helped along the way.

“Our world-class art, storytelling and engineering teams collaborated with leading comedy writers and talent to shape this title, as well as our fans, who provided invaluable feedback and enthusiasm along the way,” said Josh Yguado, President and COO of Jam City. “We’re excited for the future of this amazing franchise and can’t wait for Wild Things: Animal Adventure to hit the app stores!”

Pre-registration is open now for Wild Things: Animal Adventure. Sign up via the official website to be notified when it launches.

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