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In this deceptively easy to pick up and play title, players must solve 36 deviously designed levels set across three beautifully illustrated worlds. Complete each puzzle against the clock by rotating mind-bending mazes, avoiding all the traps, freeing the rice and ultimately feeding the baby. Just don’t spill any rice or there’ll be big baby shaped trouble!

Baby Nom Nom features:
- 36 Unique and devious levels
- 3 Beautifully illustrated worlds
- Insanely addictive gameplay
- Game Centre Leaderboards
- Game Centre iCloud sync saved games
- 2 Helpful Powerups
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