Ubisoft® Launches “TROLLS: CRAZY PARTY FOREST!”, the Official Mobile Game of DreamWorks Animation’s “Trolls” Movie

Players Can Build Their Own Troll Village and Throw the Biggest,
Loudest, Craziest Parties Ever on Their Smartphone or Tablet!

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#android–Ubisoft, a leading publisher of interactive entertainment, today
announced that the extraordinary world of DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls
is coming to life in an all new mobile game, TROLLS: CRAZY PARTY
FOREST!
Based on DreamWorks’ Trolls, the upcoming animated
feature film transporting audiences into a fresh and irreverent broad
comedy filled with music, heart and hair-raising adventures, TROLLS:
CRAZY PARTY FOREST!
is a free-to-play game where players can
build their own Troll village and interact with their favorite
characters including Poppy, Branch and their friends from the movie. The
new game, developed by Ubisoft’s mobile team, is now available for
iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android devices worldwide.

“Our team has been incredibly enthused to work with DreamWorks
Animation on such an entertaining property,”
says Jean-Michel Detoc,
executive director at Ubisoft Mobile Games. “We wanted to create a
gaming experience that would immerse audiences into a colorful vibrant
world where Troll happiness keeps the village alive, and feels entirely
authentic to the IP. Each aspect of the game has been designed for
players to enjoy ‘Trolltastic’ elements from crazy hair, amazing Troll
talents and many possibilities to host unique themed-parties!”

Key features of Trolls: Crazy Party Forest! include:

  • Build your own Troll village: Customize your happy village,
    grow and farm fantastical crops and goodies including colorful
    lollipops, sour strip candies and oversized berries. Enhance your
    forest with quirky critters that produce whimsical treats and hair
    products for the Trolls. Plus, unlock cozy new pod homes in various
    shapes and fun designs!
  • Collect and interact with movie Trolls & beyond!: Complete
    unique Troll families with your favorite Trolls from the film – Poppy,
    Branch, Guy Diamond, DJ Suki and more! Care for each individual Troll
    and level-up their incredible talents in dancing, DJing, yoga and more!
  • Throw awesome themed parties to attract new Trolls: Host the
    best parties around from events like bouncing beats, put your hair in
    the air, heat wave pool party and many more! Play exciting mini-games
    and impress your party guests to join your village!
  • Play and party with friends: Invite your friends and visit
    their party forest to receive daily rewards. Hire special guests from
    your friend’s Troll collection to amp up your crazy parties and share
    your prized in-game achievements with the whole Troll village!

TROLLS: CRAZY PARTY FOREST! is available worldwide in English,
French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Korean,
Japanese, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese.

For more information about the game, visit: http://www.trollsgame.com/

Download TROLLS: CRAZY PARTY FOREST for FREE at:

  • Apple App Store: HERE
  • Google Play Store: HERE

ONLINE PRESS KIT: HERE

Game Trailer: HERE

About Ubisoft

Ubisoft is a leading creator, publisher and distributor of interactive
entertainment and services, with a rich portfolio of world-renowned
brands, including Assassin’s Creed, Just Dance, Tom Clancy’s video game
series, Rayman, Far Cry and Watch Dogs. The teams throughout Ubisoft’s
worldwide network of studios and business offices are committed to
delivering original and memorable gaming experiences across all popular
platforms, including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs. For the
2015-16 fiscal year Ubisoft generated sales of €1,394 million. To learn
more, please visit www.ubisoftgroup.com.

DreamWorks Trolls © 2016 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Game software © 2016 Ubisoft Entertainment. All rights reserved.

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