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- 6 challenging worlds – 36 adrenaline-pumping levels
- 4 different aquatic enemies:
-the Octopus: the most pink of all your enemies;
-the Jellyfish: breaking down in smaller enemies before dying;
-the Sandworm: constantly gets in your face, just waiting for beheading;
-the Urchin: invulnerable unless you cut out all its spikes!
- Swiping your screen has never been so much fun!
- Infinite Replay Value: can be played for 2... or 200 minutes!
- GameCenter supported: Global Leaderboard, 22 achievements to unlock
- Compatible with iPod, iPhone and iPad
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