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Crazy Escape uses a simplistic gameplay approach, where you plan your route and avoid the wolves, that grows ever more challenging over the course of each stage. Along with keeping an eye on your adversaries, you'll also have to avoid environmental dangers that continually pop up around the course, including snow piles that can cause your car to careen out of control, along with boulders and walls that can end your heroic run rather quickly. Think ahead, plan your course accordingly, and keep moving - you don't want the leader of the wolves catching you!

Along with enjoyable, innovative gameplay, Crazy Escape also includes rich graphics and character animations that bring this cartoon-style world to life, making it a game that players of all ages can easily get into. The stage layout also makes it easy to plot your course, so you can pick up sheep that are chained up in the fields, as well as those that are picked up by the wolf leader. You can also attempt to pick up bonus stars scattered throughout the stage, if you feel lucky enough to steer yourself to victory. 
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