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Touch and hold the Button “GO” as the character slowly slips out of the office. With a flash of glasses, although the boss is concentrated on his work, he’ll suddenly turn around from his desk to peek out at the office. And based on the movements of the boss, players will have to release their fingers on the touch screen or else the boss will admonish the characters and force them back to work. Holding for long and quick reflexes are a must and the game will reward the player who successfully performs combos, and with greater risks, more points can be earned. There is only once chance to reach the goal, and the moment the boss realizes what the employees are doing, the game will end.
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