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With 400 hand-drawn items that need to be sorted into more than 100 categories, Sortee keeps your fingers and brain busy during 51 increasingly difficult levels. Players can choose between two game modes: "classic" for self-contained levels that gradually get quicker and harder, and "fast" for rapid-fire levels that provide an extra challenge. The game also boasts a distinctive cartoon art style and a catchy electronic soundtrack from producer/DJ Philip TBC.
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