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Collect coins to unlock more wacky photos and useful power-ups! The game features hundreds of unique photos to unlock but will also utilize your Facebook friends’ photos as well as photos from your device’s library and photo streams.
For GameCenter-enabled devices, it also has awesome global leaderboards and achievements!

•   100’s of wacky photos to unlock
•   Play with the photos from your Facebook friends
•   Simple and addicting gameplay
•   Upgradable Power-ups
•   Unlimited replayability
•   Snap and use photos directly from your device
•   Game Center Support
•   Full iPhone 5 Support
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