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Your main goal is to clear the game board by matching similar items into strings of three or more. The matched items will disappear. To success, you need to to anticipate the effects of your moves. As matched items are removed, the remaining items will fall and roll down. There's no time limit and you don't need to worry about making mistakes, as you can always go back as many moves you like. Make sure you can match all the items!

Puzkend includes dozens of levels with difficulties ranging from compact casual puzzles to huge and epic brain twisters.

- Crystal clear Retina graphics for the new iPad
- Azkend-style puzzle gameplay
- Dozens of levels with difficulty levels ranging from easy to epic
- Unlimited undo feature for relaxed gameplay
- Fascinating setting in an underground world

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