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Combine this with tight controls and levels crammed with devious traps and you’ve got a heart-pounding race guaranteed to leave you with sweaty palms and a sense of overwhelming satisfaction when you reach the goal.

Despite costing a measly 240 MS points Growing Pains will feature 9 massive levels each with 3 difficulty levels that radically change how each level plays out.  This is the kind of game that just makes you want to show everyone your skills so level times and replays are shared with other gamers while you play allowing you to compare high scores against your friends and the rest of the world.
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