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In Sprinkle Islands, players can expect:
Four distinct island environments with a total of 48 levels for hours of challenging entertainment.
A fire truck on the move for longer, more dynamic puzzles and complex obstructions.
Dramatic aquatic boss battles at the end of each island are a Sprinkle first!
The return of amazing water physics! The original Sprinkle set a new standard for water in mobile games. Sprinkle Islands improves on that with endless oceans, pools and floating objects.
Refined, simplified touch mechanics to give players better control of the water cannon’s stream.
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