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There are two arenas to choose to play in: Wild Wild West, and Haunted Arena. Each come fully equipped with a randomly selected ball with special abilities at the beginning of each round, like the Electric, Canon, Curse, and Fire Ball. Dodge obstacles and hit the moving pins in Easy Mode or Hard Mode. Once you are victorious, a bonus round begins where you can finish the job by finger flicking the pin into oblivion. After the pin is thoroughly defeated, you can snapshot it for all to see.
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