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Flowers have various colors and Munch will need to change color according to the flower he wants to latch onto. But there's a problem: Munch can't change color on his own and requires the help of special color flies that are flying around.

Throughout more than 40 levels, spread across two themes, you will encounter various flower types that react differently when Munch latches onto them, creating an exciting mash of puzzles and challenges, combined with quick reflex acrobatics and simple touch-based controls, for an intuitive experience.
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