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Spiral down to discover a surreal world populated by discarded, mixed-up toys hanging lifelessly from the ceiling. Reconstruct the jumbled toys to reveal their original shapes to progress through 4 chapters and 32 levels in this gothic masterpiece.

— Spin the petrified wooden toy in full 3D to study it from every angle.
— Rotate the scrambled pieces in the proper order to unravel the childhood toy.
— Only a few moves are ever necessary. Undo by tapping the filled circles.
— There are no timers, points, or scores. You won't miss them.
— Tap the (?) if you grow weary of the challenge.
— Replay levels as many times as you like. They’re reshuffled each time.
— Original soundtrack by Peter Rudenko. Best experienced with headphones.
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