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Rules are simple:
1. March the photons as many as possible.
2. With your items, change the marching direction or increase troops by cloning.
3. Don't lose your photons, if you can.
4. Of course, don't lose flowers!
Too simple? Well...it's up to you!
Before you get started a new stage, don't forget to open the preview of the map and build a plan, 'coz time is ticking! Game Features:
- 5 fun worlds
- 100 challenging stages
- 4 unique items
- Easy control
- Game Center Leaderboards
- More updates are coming!
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