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The game progresses through a series of short stages where survival becomes increasingly difficult. New types of enemies are progressively added into the mix, archetypes such as invincible enemies, homing enemies and large boss enemies.
To face the increasing intensity of the stampede players can raise their power to fight and escape their foes by using level-ups to upgrade their spells and abilities or by unlocking new characters.

Players can also interact with their environment in order to survive, throw special enemies off your trail by triggering a falling log or leading them into a trap.

The game features:
-3 Unique playable characters
-Varied Enemy types
-Multiple World themes
-Over 20 Levels to complete
-20 unlocks
-Toon style 3D graphics
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