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In the game the player controls the Jelly by tilting the device. Also, you can rotate the maze with touch controls. This is a universal app that works with both iPhone and iPad, so everyone can enjoy.

In addition, Fruity Jelly also includes Retina Display support for iPhone 4 and iPod Touch devices, for an even brighter display.  Players can also log in through OpenFeint and unlock a number of achievements to show to their friends.

Best of all, Fruity Jelly will come with a series of updates, adding even more gameplay fun!  New level packs will be available in the weeks to come, featuring new worlds and gameplay types that will test even the ultimate jelly-masters!
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