Play London game in a new light

Play London game in a new light

Get the glimpse of winter nights in the latest update of Play London with Mr Bean and experience solving match-3 puzzles in the dark. In other words, a captivating and dazzling makeover has just been given to our game to welcome Winter Lights festival in London. Spectacular light installations, projections and interactive art will take place in Canary Wharf, 15-26 January 2019 and are not to be missed.

Nevertheless, the game has also loads of entertainment to offer. We are introducing a new area to you – Kingston upon Thames, which is a thriving market town brimming with history. With a bustling marketplace, a huge array of shops, all the latest music gigs as well as an outstanding restaurant scene, Kingston has something for everyone.

These are the three new hubs to explore in this update set in a magic light:

Kingston Market

A marketplace that has been here for centuries, with the oldest surviving records dating back to the early 1200’s, located in the town square.

Rose Theatre

A state-of-the-art theatre with a capacity of 899 that welcomes over 150.000 visitors a year.

Out of Order sculpture

A famous art installation by David Mach. The iconic sculpture was commissioned in 1988 by Kingston Council and is made of falling over phone boxes.

Have you tried the Royal Rush?

A brand new Royal Rush feature has just been added to Play London game in the previous update, where you get free boosters if you win levels without losing a life. Read more about it here.

We are excited to bring a magic new light to Play London with Mr Bean and we hope you are ready to enjoy it. Be sure to download the latest game update and get ready to discover winter lights with Play London!

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