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The action-packed puzzle game that'll keep You playing a long time. Your only chance of survival is to scare the monsters back before you quiver, shiver and faint from fear. Users can fight evil witches, scary skeletons and rusty knights with an arsenal of weapons and traps, such as the fearsome Rat Racer, the Viper Punch or the Kitty Bomb, a kitten which is no longer so cute when it explodes. Players can manipulate the train tracks and find the fastest way out of the haunted house while collecting coins for their weapons and valerian for their nerves.
Users test their courage in 48 suspenseful levels of the ghost train and dive into four fantastically-designed worlds: the Black Forest, the Purple Mines, the Sleepy Graves and the Dark Castle. Achievements, puzzling solving, playing against the clock, unraveling labyrinths and trying to winning treacherous races, promise to keep gameplay fresh and inspiring for users of any level.
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