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Kid Tripp features twenty levels spread across four unique worlds, and throughout them players will encounter a wide variety of baddies and traps, ride minecarts, race across slippery ice, and even escape an erupting volcano. Levels are short but sweet, designed to be difficult and requiring repeated attempts to pass each one. Multiple playthroughs are encouraged, and the game features four different Game Center leaderboards and twelve achievements to keep players coming back for more.
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