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- 100 levels provide dozens of hours of fun
- Use blocks, lifts, magnets, teleports and more mechanisms to solve unique puzzles and help Anna and Ben to succeed in their quest
- High variability of environments from jungle, through Alaska and Egypt to secret location at the end
- Languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Slovak, Czech
The game is designed to let players relax by solving puzzles without any pressure (no finite number of lives, no time restriction) and reward their logical successes with advances in the core story, more challenging puzzle mechanisms to solve, and growing sense of anticipation for what might come next.
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