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With just a handful of bugs at your disposal, each with its own unique ability, aim strategically to complete objectives and create catastrophic combos

- 72 levels of exploding bug-based chaos
- Tons of colorful bugs with fun and experimental powers
- Useful Perks and Upgrades that improve your demolition efforts
- Challenging obstacles up the ante
- Ituitive controls: drag the catapult and let go to watch the bugs fly!
- Struggling? Spin the Wheel for the chance to go out with a bang!
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