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Action Puzzle has 3 epic modes of play: Classic, Squares and Challenge, and features a built-in audio player supporting multitasking, enabling players to listen to metal tracks as the game runs in the background. The game also supports the headset’s remote control functions. Additionally, Action Puzzle has a built-in video player making it possible to watch any and all video-clips at convenience, and with intuitive controls, a slick interface, not to mention stunning visuals; this game has plenty to offer. And last but not least, Action Puzzle has 8 unique puzzle shapes, 5 levels of difficulty, and an astonishing 24 awesome and stunning wallpapers to collect (with codes gathered online).
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