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The full version of the game includes 48 levels split over 4 worlds, each more challenging than the last.
How to play: Drag each piece (blocks and wheels) to its desired placement. Use as few wheels and blocks as you desire, bearing in mind that your car's weight will affect the inertia required to make it roll over any obstacles on the terrain. Choose between straw, wood, or stone blocks. When you are done, push play to set it on its course.
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