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Players must explore seven themed worlds to gather enough materials to make one delicious drink and will have to prove their reflexes are quick enough to avoid disappearing tiles, obstacles, and traps along the way. Players will do whatever it takes to avoid being knocked off or dropped from surfaces and find their way throughout the seven worlds and 70 different levels in order to collect the ingredients. Packaged with six entertaining multiplayer modes for up to four players, gamers will have several options to gather friends and start an awesome battle to see who will be the king on the floor.
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