Mini Golf MatchUp Swings into Action on Google Play and App Store


LOS ANGELES, Mar. 20, 2013 –  Scopely, a next generation mobile entertainment network, and Rocket Jump Games, the team that brought you Major Mayhem, today released their newest multiplayer game called Mini Golf MatchUp™. Featuring 3D graphics and intuitive gameplay, Mini Golf MatchUp brings together the best elements of miniature golf with challenging obstacles and the chance to play head-to-head with friends, family and new buddies! Audiences can go to to download the game FREE for their iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, or Android devices.

Pairing delightfully rendered and polished gameplay with competitive, head-to-head challenges, Mini Golf MatchUp lets players challenge their friends on five-hole courses littered with a variety of challenging and wacky obstacles.

Mini Golf MatchUp features:

·       Choose from five crazy courses ranging from freakishly fun to devilishly difficult, including Simple Summer, Pharaoh Gardens, Awesome Autumn, Wacky Winter, Water World

·       Aim and putt across 75 holes placed strategically throughout each course

·       Navigate around dozens of unique obstacles

·       Track your solo progress with fun and challenging “Mini Goals” and achievements

·       Use in-game messaging to chat with and heckle opponents

Today’s launch of Mini Golf MatchUp expands the portfolio of Scopely’s leading mobile multiplayer titles, including hit games Bubble Galaxy With Buddies™, Jewels With Buddies™ and Dice With Buddies™, all of which reached the Top 5 ranking overall on the App Store. Audiences already playing another Scopely With Buddies™ game can easily log in with the same account to quickly tee off in Mini Golf MatchUp.

To learn more about Mini Golf MatchUp, visit the official website:

Watch all the miniature golf gaming action in the official game trailer:

About Scopely

Scopely is a next generation mobile entertainment network that provides an entirely new development and distribution model to developers. Through its Developer Network, Scopely works with the top independent studios to co-develop multiplayer games that leverage its network for technology, distribution and monetization, leveling the playing field for mobile games and allowing the smallest mobile developer to compete with global gaming giants. Scopely was founded in 2011 by social gaming entrepreneur Walter Driver, former Applied Semantics co-founder Eytan Elbaz, former lead software developer on MySpace's Developer Platform, Ankur Bulsara and startup veteran Eric Futoran. The company is based in Los Angeles and funded by Anthem Venture Partners, The Chernin Group, Felicis Ventures, Greycroft Venture Partners, Lerer Ventures, New Enterprise Associates (NEA) and Red Swan Ventures. 

About Rocket Jump Games

Based in Wellington, New Zealand, Rocket Jump Games was founded by friends “chasing the dream of creative freedom.” They are best known for Major Mayhem, a rail shooter published by Adult Swim that was a top ten overall app in nine countries in the App Store and in the top 25 all-time user ranked games in the Google Play store.

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