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Catball Eats It All features:
• Hand painted art by graffiti artist NoseGo – gameplay built around beautiful street murals.
• Start small and get big! Eat little treats and work your way up to devouring entire worlds.
• Unique, two-touch controls are immediately accessible – roll and fly around levels at lightning speed.
• Deceptively simple gameplay and high-score replayability makes Catball accessible to all types of players.
• Compete with friends over a global leaderboard, with Facebook & Gamecenter support.
• Cute character skins include fierce Tigerball and black and white Pencilball.
• DLC offers new courses in the weeks to come.
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