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Tentacleez has four different game modes. The Quick Game mode is free, and you can unlock the three other modes with a single in-app purchase.

Quick Game mode
• Seven levels
• Three difficulty settings
• Gets faster after every level

Full Game mode
• Forty-nine levels
• Three difficulty settings
• Gets faster after every seven levels

Little Kid mode
• No scoring
• No dying
• Game speed stays the same

Challenge mode
• Forty-nine levels
• Starts easier than the regular easy difficulty, but gets harder after every four levels
• By the end, is harder than the regular hard difficulty
• You have only one life -- if you die you can retry the level
• Tracks your "Challenge Score", which is the total of your best score from every level

Features
• Seven unique mazes and backgrounds
• Listen to your own music or the built-in soundtrack
• Pinch to zoom out and see the entire maze, or zoom in for extra detail
• Supports the retina display of the 3rd generation iPad
• Requires iOS 5.0 or higher
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