Sure, Zuma Blitz is free-to-play, but so is its grandaddy (for one week)
And since the original Zuma is the foundation for all games of its ilk, we're sure it still holds up. According to the promotion page, "there are big doings at PopCap," and the company can't wait to tell us about them. (Oh, you mean these big doings?) For those wary about giving up their email address: Look, if you're playing either Bejeweled Blitz or Zuma Blitz, PopCap already knows your email address.
So, why not just take advantage of the fact that PopCap has this knowledge and get a free game out of it? But since this post mentions the words "Zuma" and "free" multiple times, we're sure you've already hit up Google. In case you haven't, you can download the game for free right here.
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