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Take on the Impossible Line and put your skills to the test. Use your finger to draw a line on the chalkboard and reach the goal while avoiding the obstacles that vanish as soon as you touch the screen. With over 200 levels to tackle, you’ll have to use the radar and useful hint items to make it through each one. Are you up to the challenge?

Game Features
• Over 200 levels to complete, each with a different unique challenge!
• Stuck? Use a hint of an illuminating torchlight to help you out of a jam!
• Super casual gameplay with a challenging twist, great for all kinds of gamers!
• Universal: Works great on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
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