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- More than 10 hours of gameplay.
- Old school Playability inspired on classic games and totally redesigned for tactile devices.
- Change ground physics using five different colors.
- Use five worlds as your canvas and transform them at you will.
- Two different control schemes. Classic buttons or tilting sensor.
- Original soundtrack composed by Álvaro Lafuente. Earphones recommended.
- Unlock a great surprise by completing the game. Replayability assured.
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