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Indigo Bunny: Homeward Bound is great for kids and grannies and everyone in between.


* It takes an instant to learn how to play Indigo Bunny!
* Starts of Easy and gently increases in difficulty.
* Non-Violent Gamplay!


* Guide Indigo home and score as many points as possible.
* Bounce over as multiple pigs in a single leap for bonus points.
* Don't stop moving forward to keep your score multiplier high.
* Collect carrots along the way to unlock later worlds.


* Touch the screen to make him go, release to stop.
* So easy to play, yet compelling and more-ish.


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