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Smash, spring and spin to free your friends and collect a host of interesting power-ups. With more than 160 levels, split across five different game modes, and the option of multiplayer, Gem Smashers promises to deliver longevity, as well as a memorable mobile gaming experience.

Gem Smasher’s Arkanoid style game-play will delight fans of retro gaming, and with an easy to pick up and play style is suitable for all ages- and best of all, will be free!
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