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The game keeps on throwing new elements along the way to keep you hooked on. You will have to slip on the icy ground, deflect with the help of bouncy objects or time your way through the motors to get to the good Furries. Not to mention the different types of Furries that will keep popping up, some of them are heavy and look like robots while some of them just laze around but the game's focus remains the same... Drop the good Furries while avoid the evil ones.
- Amazing Episodes: Float through space, Surf the Ice, Fly in Heaven or Gear up in the factory
- Interact with new objects in every episode
- 4 Episodes with 120 Unique Levels will keep you addicted
- Lose yourself in the realistic physics environment
- Complete Achievement & Challenge friends through Gamecenter
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