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Every level in Perfect Hit! presents players with a fresh new challenge. The game setup is eloquently simple as a whole, a lot like bowling in theory but with an added dimension or two, and exploding balls, and dynamite among other things. The less balls players use to beat each level the higher their score ends up being, and with an engaging “3 Pineapple” scoring system gamers are motivated to not just beat every level, but completely demolish it! With two hundred levels spread across five wildly different in-game worlds that translates to hours and hours of intense gameplay. Combined with dozens of unlockable achievements for gamers to strive towards it’s easy to see exactly how vast and immersive Perfect Hit! is as a mobile gaming experience.
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