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The rules are quite easy: players need to mark squares and rectangles on the field made of billiard balls.
The levels become more difficult as players progress during the game. Different power ups are available to keep the game play challenging and varied. The most skilled users will be able to:
- expand the field of balls (only for iPad version);
- reduce the number of colors;
- extend the time of one game;
- reduce the fine for a wrong move.
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