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Tilt and rotate your device to lead the girl to victory in this swift candy eating marathon. Tasty, dynamic and colorful experience of Let's Eat Sweets brings the kind of ever-entertaining arcade gameplay that's fun for the whole family.
— Collect different types of candies and catch the dodgy flying caramel
— Dash through stacks of bonuses in order to make special bonus combos
— Various game themes reflect time at your location
— Unlock secret content
— Earn 8 in-game rewards and 34 Game Center achievements
— Win your way to the top of the leaderboards
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