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Two game modes scientifically paced for your personality. 'Light Shower' mode for those who have lots of patience and like the easy-going, leisurely things in life. Very appropriate for kids. 'Heavy Downpour' for the ones who want to get things done QUICK..chop-chop.
As you catch drops, you keep unlocking tricks/bonus/lifelines (8 of them). These will help you catch more and unlock more and score more. More, More, More fun!!
Preliminary studies done by game's developers on themselves have shown the game to:
* Improve hand-eye co-ordination
* Concentrate on the task (bucket) at hand
* Increase alertness and attentiveness
* Put your strategy to work
* Test your patience
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