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The time-challenge tapping game requires players to remember and repeat the sequence of colored shapes as they pop-up to earn points. Beginners may try the Practice mode to get familiar with the gameplay while the Challenge mode is designed for expert players to provide them with more exciting gaming experience. During the game the users are challenged to shake their iPhone, turn it around, get rid of the steam and even test their drawing skills.

Each level gets progressively more fun and challenging and the game requires quick thinking and great concentration to succeed.  Multiplayer allows players to compete against friends via local Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and Game Center is enabled to keep track of their scores and achievements. MadBox appeals to all ages of gamers, and will keep them entertained whilst improving their hand-eye coordination and color recognition skills.
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