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As you progress through levels you'll unlock more challenging gameplay and hazards, including: spikes, chasms, zip-lines, slides, ledges, holes, buttons, spider-bots, bouncer bombs, water, laser walls, meteors, security drones, aliens, mutant sharks, chompers, stompers, lava, steam vents, blast vents, reversers, stoppers, portals, spike rollers, and more! It’s fun, fast-paced action where your task is to collect gems, gain power-ups, and collect stars for bonuses; with challenging gameplay, procedurally generated levels and 10 endless bonus levels to unlock, Diversion will give you top-quality gameplay requiring timing and puzzle solving skills to complete! Among the incredible list of unlockable characters you will encounter are: Ninja, Alien, Rocket, Karate, Robo, 60s, Zombie, Burglar, Tiger, Egyptian and even the Freaky Chicken and Future Banana!
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