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Gu Morning features an easy-to-use interface and cute interlude animations. Game settings include farm, forest, desert, mountain, barn and volcano scenes, with a total of 60 stages. The player must move or spin the falling blocks to stack up a path for the continually moving Gugu so it can get to Colonel Rooster’s side within the one minute time limit. The faster each stage is cleared, the more stars the player will earn. But watch out, sometimes bombs instead of blocks may come falling from the top! Bombs can be used to help clear a path if the stacked blocks get too tall for Gugu to climb, but don’t let it drop on Gugu or his path as it may fall through the hole and end the game early!
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