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The objective is simple: Place your cube anywhere on the field and slide the cube to absorb all the energy spheres in order to advance to the next level.

The challenge lies in turning your phone in order to reach all the spheres without falling off the screen. This combined with the classic platformer mechanic makes for a unique playing experience.

Each level in Neon Zone has three achievements to collect, these being a turns achievement a jump achievement and a time achievement. Sometimes a level has to be replayed in order to collect all three achievements. Because these achievements are not needed to progress through the game, Neon Zone can be as casual or as challenging as you want.
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