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Draw a line with a finger swipe, then check it out! Now the line is a full-on trampoline! Cosmo will bounce off it, and thus begin his cosmic journey of epic proportion. Stay focused dudes and dudettes! You’ll need to keep drawing more and more trampolines to take him higher and higher. Leave Earth, see the stars, and visit planets full of hot dogs, sea stuff, and more. And it’s all so beautiful, especially on iPad’s huge, HD-quality screen.
Key Features:
- Discover hours of non-stop fun set across 11 challenging levels!
- Pass through 6 colorful and imaginative environments with spinning suns,  singing stars, trees and hot dog planets
- Swipe your finger to draw rubber trampolines and fly to the cosmos or beyond
- Collect sunflower fuel cells to get a major energy boost!
- Avoid frightful enemies and tricky obstacles as you make your exciting journey to the top!
- Enjoy beautiful and creative graphics based on the Japanese ‘pop’ inspired art
- Post your top altitudes in the Hall of Infamy via Facebook and Twitter
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