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In order to learn the controls and what objects do in the game, each level is built in a way to only bring a few novelties at a time, and a contextual help for each level is available at any time ingame.
You shoot at the targets using different cannons and projectiles with all their own behavior and capabilities. Some actions can only be accomplished using a certain ball type. And some ball types can only be shot using a specific cannon.
Currently, the game contains 25 levels, the first 5 levels are free.
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