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The game features:
·  Dynamic gesture based gameplay: draw a line for Maya to surf on, and tap the screen to fend of approaching danger
·  Animated 2D story sequences: 9 chapters telling the story of how Maya discovers different skills with the help of people in her neighbourhood
·  11 unlockable, consumable skills: upgraded boomerangs, different water collection tools, and the ability to jump on turtles!
·  Community produced content on water scarcity and its impact on girls’ education
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