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In the game You'll have to use his tongue to latch onto objects in each of the game’s 53 stages, to get close enough to the candy to draw it to him. With real-time physics and gameplay that's both easy to pick up yet hard to put down, Catch the Candy will test you on each stage, as you try to reach your beloved treat in the fewest moves possible.  The game also features full Openfeint and Game Center support, along with Facebook leaderboards so that you can check your ranking against other players.
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