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Levels in the game are dedicated to seasons of the year and holidays. The travel starts with the Christmas season. A brave little bat begins his journey in winter, surrounded by frost and snow. Hungry cats hide in the attics, heavy bricks whistle in the air, stray planes pop out from clouds right in front of the flier! But all the danger is nothing compared to the treasures, glowing in the moonlight. Coins, gems, Christmas presents, even a Christmas tree – go and get them!
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