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When users first begin playing, they choose from the first 10 mini-games that are unlocked and ready for them to play. As they continue through the games, players earn points for each completed mini-game as they beat the score. These points can be used to unlock the other mini-games. While some mini-games require more than others to unlock, the more points needed means that the player will earn more points as they complete it. The variety of games is endless from playing sports like shooting hoops, kicking around a soccer ball, guiding a skydiver and throwing darts to recognizing patterns and solving puzzles, to cooking and skewering sushi and much more.
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