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The solo campaign spreading across 7 worlds and nearly 70 levels offers hours of fun, with a wide range of gameplay to value replayability! Pit your skills against your friends and the players from around the world by beating the best scores for every one of each level! Rotastic offers local battle mode, for up to 4 players to either race for item collecting, or tried-and-true deathmatch. Multiplayer is intense and full of fun!
Game Features:
Accessible controls for addictive, pick-up-and-play swinging action!
Nearly 70 levels with varied objectives and ever-increasing diffi culty
A simple game mechanic, which builds into deep gameplay: solve puzzles,
collect items, fi ght foes, survival, acrobatic moves, brick-breaker… and sometimes all of that at once!
4-player local multiplayer, compete at home against your friends!
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