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Help the animals reach the sun by placing blocks higher and higher. Checkpoints along the way reward you with additional powers and decorative hats. Find out what happens when you finally touch the sun!

Craftimals offers both single-player and co-op gameplay. Designed to be a laid-back experience, you can build at your own pace, mess up the path your co-op partner has been working on, or even ignore the goal of the sun entirely and just have fun making pictures out of blocks.
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