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The player takes control of Tore, and through various levels in different ponds, must use his tongue to catch all the mosquitoes. Even though players have multiple chances on each level, each one can be completed by just one flick of the tongue, gaining the maximum points available.

The game comes with four different styles of pond, each containing ten levels. As the player progresses through the levels they will face various challenges, such as turtles that make Tore’s tongue rebound, smaller poisonous frogs that stop Tore’s tongue dead, and rotating logs which can be used to the players advantage as well as cause hindrance.

•4 different style ponds.
•40 varied levels.
•Various obstacles such as other frogs, turtles and spinning logs.
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