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Like Pocket God, the Journey to Uranus universe will keep expanding. More planets, interactions and games to come! What do you want to see added? You can now change night to day on Earth and Uranus (Uranus has its own version of a beautiful sunset). Scroll the skies for cloudy weather on both planets to bring about their own dangers. On Earth, its classic finger-drag lightning, while on Uranus, cloudy weather brings out toxic gas which you can drag to Pygmies with hilarious consequences. Also on Uranus, night brings out the nocturnal fire-breathing dragon! Plus, there is an additional surprise on both Earth & Uranus...
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