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The basic mechanics of the game are simple and intuitive; the player must drag and drop peablins on the game board so that everyone is holding hands. The challenge arises from the peablins having several hands, as well as the peculiarities of different peablins.

- More than 140 increasingly challenging puzzles
- Relaxing fun for all ages: no violence, no time limits
- Hint system keeps every player going even in tight spots
- Eight kinds of peablins, each with distinct rule variations
- Joyful graphics and soundtrack
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