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A nuclear bomb is buried under a radioactive swamp. The clock is ticking. Your goal is to disable all the detonators before is too late.
To do this you have to help Rookie reach all the detonators by creating safe routes through the swamp using the rafts.

The game works like a sliding puzzle, you have to place the tiles in order by making sliding moves that use the empty space.
Sliding the tiles is very easy, you don't need to drag them, just touch the tile you want to slide.

And remember…There's lot of ways to win the game, you'll have to figure out the best!

- 50 brain challenging levels.
- Optimized for retina display.
- Game Center Leaderboards.
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