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Highlights:
- Intuitive and unique gameplay concept - touch the screen to turn platforms on and off, tap the ball to make it jump.
- Guide the ball to collect pickups, before their timer runs out and they explode.
- Avoid hazards including electric blocks, laser turrets, teleporters and more.
- 50 levels across 10 worlds.
- High replay value - dynamic pickup placement means no level is the same twice
- Five challenges to achieve per level
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