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Each of them monsters in game is equipped with special skill - ‘WAPU’ is scared with your finger click, ‘GULU’ could jump to avoid your touch, ‘AMU’ actually is a twin-monster, ‘GUALA” will be survived after being divided.

- Simple but skillful game with your fingers
- Three lovely scenes with different adventures
- Seven cute monsters, equipped with different “skills”
- “Coins Arena” for collecting Monster coins
- Fulfilling multi-tasks to get upgrade and unlock
- Challenge mode and Endless mode with different fun
- Lovely animation with cute cartoons
- Game Center enabled
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