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Save The Earth features 4 unique parts of the world (city, desert, glaciers and space) in which you are challenged to combat the monsters in this endless Armageddon. With no less than 30 incredibly powerful, not to mention funny and highly creative, weapons and tools at your disposal, you task is to take control of the situation. Use super beams, missiles, lightning bolts, teleportation devices, wormholes, rockets and much more on your mission to defeat the alien infestation! You can even combine 5 of your favorite add-ons for some awe-striking combos!
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