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Pac-Man meets Trials HD

Race as fluidly as possible to collect all the dots and avoid the growing swarm of killer jellyfish. Use powerpills, vortices, speed pads, and teleporters to perfect your runs across 30 levels and 5 unlockable extreme levels.

Gameplay Details
Player controls:
• Left stick: Move the fish.
• A/RT: Hold to zoom out.
• X: Restart level.
• Y: Return to the level select screen.
• LT: Cycle to the next music track.

Levels, modes, and more:
• 30 normal levels are included. Players unlock them sequentially.
• Failing a level 5 times allows the player to skip the current level.
• 5 extreme levels are unlocked when achieving 3+ stars on all the normal levels.
• On extreme levels, the player moves much faster than on normal levels.
• On extreme levels, there’s a new level element not seen elsewhere: The blackhole.
• Every fifth level is a time trial: No jellyfish spawn from dots, but there’s a limited time.

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