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Flexy Frogs is a casual physics puzzle game in which players must group individual Flexy Frogs together. To do so, players must fling them around each level using a motion like pulling back on a rubber band with one finger, then letting go. When one Flexy touches another, they merge to form a larger Flexy. Moves must be planned carefully, as Flexies can only be flung a certain number of times per level. In each level, players must use objects like switches or teleporters and avoid traps like fire or splitters that break larger Flexies into smaller ones. Players must also be sure to prevent the Flexy Frogs’ natural enemies, Grugs, from eating them.
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