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No unnatural virtual sticks. No fingers blocking the action. Just finger-flickin’ fun! Unique tribal tattoo art style and stylized graphics. Giant, screen-filling bosses and dozens of varied enemies! 30 levels of fast-paced, frenetic, arcade-style action. OpenFeint enabled for high scores and achievements. In the deepest recesses of your mind, somewhere between madness and reason, lies a place where thought becomes creation. Trapped inside you have the only weapon you need – the Ring Blade. Master your fear. Free your mind. Fight or Die!
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