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Have a totally blissful summer as Codemasters transports you to Bliss Island.


Bliss Island now available as a free-to-try PC game - download from

Bliss Island, the frantic, fun and fiendishly compulsive action puzzler, has launched as a free-to-try PC title from Codemasters’ casual gaming portal

The new PC edition of Bliss Island is now available for download and gives players 60 minutes of free-play on the full game. Once time’s up for the free-play period, you can continue to play the game for a one off payment of only £12.99 ($19.99).

Bliss Island is a truly original piece of compulsive casual gaming from PomPom Software, creators of Mutant Storm, and packed with over 90 levels of gotta-have-another-go gameplay.

On your arrival at Bliss Island, you’ll meet and play with Hoshi the Zwooph, a fluffy blue creature with a long trunk that enables him to blow precision puffs of air. Usually Hoshi uses this enviable skill to create the clouds for the tropical island, but every Friday Hoshi uses his puff-powers to compete in a whole series of games and challenges with other Zwoophs.

Take control of Hoshi’s super blowing powers and help him show off his skills by utilising this unique control method to feed fruit to the ‘Jigoka’ monster, save flowers from swarms of aphids or fight off marching blocks! Competing against other Zwoops through five different game modes, if Hoshi could win the events he competes in, it would be bliss.

Says Nick Pili, Codemasters’ Director of Casual Gaming, “The full PC edition of Bliss Island is an exciting addition to Funsta. The one hour trial and the pick-up-and-play style of gaming makes Bliss Island the kind of game that will instantly have you hooked while leaving a smile on your face. It’s perfect for the growing portfolio of casual gaming titles available on the Funsta portal.”

Feel like the summer will never end as you play with Hoshi and his fellow Zwoophs on the tropical Bliss Island at

Bliss Island first appeared on as a browser game. The full PC game is now available as a free-to-try downloadable title, which is also available on over 100 casual gaming portals via Real Arcade, Oberon Media, BigFish Games, IWin, TryMedia and other leading Casual Game Distributors. The Bliss Island series is set to expand further with editions for the PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) system and mobile phones planned for the future.


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