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The poor little bugger finds himself surrounded by Pufferfish that constantly ingest huge amounts of water to turn themselves into a virtually inedible balls several times their original size! For unknown reasons the Pufferfish really don’t like little Leo and they have decided to use their poisonous spines to bounce poor Leo out of the screen, thus ending his poor little fish-life. Your objective is to control Leo around the screen avoiding the slightest touch from the Pufferfish, and to survive for the longest period of time. The game includes oysters, starfish and other items you can collect, all of which gives you precious bonus seconds.
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