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- Single player platform game for all ages that allows players to turn their photos into unique levels filled with enemies and rewards.
- Using Canny edge technology, the game analyzes any picture and translates it into structures to create levels complete with enemies and objects.
- Create and share your original levels with other players using the easy, built-in iPhone mail client.
- Unlock achievements and secure your place on a global high scores list with Apple Game Center integration
- The intuitive virtual analogue controls create an invisible joystick anywhere the player touches the screen. Simply moving a finger over the screen makes Picazzo run or hover.
- Fight Huffies and Puffies and grab special items in an infinite number of possible levels that reach as far as the players’ imagination.
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