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Features of the game include:
- Build and decorate your Big Top from the ground up;
- Clown around with Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the Hippo, the Penguins and many new characters featured in the film;
- Gain new fans with exciting attractions, zany sideshows and command performances, like Marty’s Striped Cannonball act;
- Keep visitors entertained by selling goofy souvenirs and fun food items through stores and eateries run by Madagascar characters;
- Unlock new cities with future updates as your circus grows in size and popularity;
- Show off your growing circus and best performances to your friends on Facebook.
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