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Sprint, slide, and jump through 80 addictive levels in four beautiful scenarios. Chop, slice, and slaughter hordes of enemies, avoid dangerous traps, and execute the most devastating and hilarious special attacks of all time! An adrenaline-pumping soundtrack and lots of crazy unlockables will keep you hooked!

- Sprint through 80 addictive levels in four scenarios.
- Show no mercy and kill off everything that comes near you.
- Execute devastating and completely insane special attacks.
- Collect coins and unlock lots of crazy new features.
- Choose among a variety of blood effects, from gore to flower power.
- Share your high score through Game Center and other social channels.
- Listen to an adrenaline-pumping soundtrack composed by Rafael Dyll.
- Get free access to future updates, including brand-new levels.
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