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The game is using the same water physics but introducing simpler controls and new levels full of cute and colorful characters and features, Sprinkle Junior brings 22 levels of water-filled playgrounds to young mobile gamers everwhere. Gone are time and water limits and hard to figure out puzzles – the levels in Sprinkle Junior are ripe for exploring, with a few fires in need of dousing thrown in!
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