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Hang in Go! Screenshots

- 5 step by step tutorials.
- Learn how to cast tentacles and move; use your body as a slingshot; stretch a tentacle and swing.
- 17 tricky levels.
- Explore 6 colorfull worlds, trough 17 increasing difficulty levels.
- 6 hidden areas.
- Find out all the hidden secret areas and boost your final score.
- Multitouch user friendly interface exploiting the device features (multitouch and accelerometer).
- Enjoy a full screen game experience with no graphic overlaying virtual pads nor buttons.
- Full interactive physics.
- Interact with a true physical environment by touch and device movement.
- Special gravity areas.
- Discover funny special gravity situations like free gravity areas and underwater movement.
- Challenging score system.
- Collect the more bonuses you can in the less time possible and improve your skill.
- 7 cool soundtrack.
- Enjoy the world inspired music themes.
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