Free-to-play horror game Zuma is coming to iOS, Android, and PC in October.
The game is currently in development by a small team and is currently scheduled to launch sometime in 2018.
In a statement, Zuma’s co-creator, Joe Lott, says the game will offer a fresh, free-to, new way to explore and explore horror.
The developer says that it is “committed to bringing horror to new platforms” and that it wants to help make “horror as immersive and rewarding as it possibly can be.”
The game’s name comes from the name of the popular horror series Zuma, which focuses on the horrors of the paranormal.
The team behind Zuma says it wants the game to offer a “fresh, new, new gameplay experience that will offer an opportunity to explore all of the elements of the classic horror experience.”
Lott tells us that Zuma will be free-play, with players being able to pay a subscription fee for access to a select portion of the game’s content.
The cost of this subscription will be based on the number of people who sign up for the game and will depend on how many people participate in the beta test.
Lott said the game is “coming out of a state of free-fall” in terms of demand, and he expects that demand will be “very high.”
He says that he wants to get the game out there as quickly as possible, and that he’s working on a free version that will include a “bounty hunt” mode.
He also says that the game has received a lot of feedback from its players and says that players have told him that they like the game so much that they’ve already bought the game.
The co-founder of Zuma tells us: “We have a strong track record of delivering a great game on time and on budget, and we believe that we can deliver a high-quality experience that delivers on its promise.
The Zuma team has been working hard for the past year to develop Zuma into a game that has the potential to be the next big thing in the genre.”
The Zumas team is working with a team of designers to help shape the game, and Lott says that “it’s a very interesting and ambitious project for us.” The co