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In the video game Eole and the paper ball the god of wind Eole blows constantly on your ball. You can not stop it but you can slow down speed by tilting on left your smartphone. You can also blow up by tapping the screen. There are soils that have symbols that affect your ball of paper. Some symbolize an ascending wind, others a headwind. And many other things will ask you the perseverence to finish the game with the best rank. Through an adaptative difficulty system you must cross the finish line in a given time depending on your rank. Jump, roll and avoid obstacles as quickly as possible through 30 levels with an intense chiptune music.
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