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COLLIDE: The aim is to bring your orbs of the same color together, but be careful, you’ll have to plan your paths to avoid crashing into those of a different color, or it will be game over!
ACTION: Collision Effect has two game modes; Action Mode is a non-stop frenzy with three difficulty settings. Players can ease themselves in with the Easy and Normal modes before trying the fast paced action of Hard! Be on the look out for bonus orbs too!
PUZZLE: Puzzle Mode serves up brain teasing challenges that require careful planning and expert timing. The puzzles are challenging and every stage requires you to think a little differently!
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