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The Gloom Blocks in Happy Hills not only come in different shapes and sizes, they are also made from different materials, each with its own physical properties such as wood, stone or iron. Each block type has its own character. During the course of the game, players intuitively learn how the various blocks behave, where their weaknesses lie, and how to use each level's terrain to the best effect.
To get rid of the Gloom Blocks, the player has to shatter, drown, burn, burst or knock them into a nearby abyss with a few well-placed bombs. Moving platforms, chains and other obstacles add extra fun and variety.

An intuitive control scheme, generous tutorials and high-quality level designs make the game easy for beginners yet challenging for experts. In the first levels beginning players learn how to place bombs perfectly with just one finger. Online high scores as well as OpenFeint and Game Center achievements ensure that even seasoned players will strive to win that last remaining star.
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