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How To Play
Two modes: Expert Mode and Newbie Mode
Expert Mode: Blocks keeps moving in random directions and changing colors randomly. To eliminate blocks, you have to put at least four blocks in same color in line. This mode requires high control speed and great elimination strategy.
Newbie Mode: Blocks keeps moving in random directions. To eliminate blocks, you have to put at least three blocks in same color in line. This mode is easy for newbie players to learn how to play.

Game Features
Suitable for players aged from 0 to 100
Be cautious not to get addicted to the game.
Blocks can move randomly in 8 directions.
Chinese style frame with terrific special effects.
Easy to play and full of joy.
“36 Stratagems” theme: perfect combination of culture and entertainment
Support iPhone5, iPad mini, ios6
Support connection with Game Center
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