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* Dazzling artwork by Apple Design Award winner, Piotr Gajos and world-class coding by Sourcebits.
* Haunting, ambient music by Sergei Starko.
* Challenge mode: 50 levels of mind-twisting puzzles. Figure out a strategy, untangle, collect points and advance to new worlds.
* Arcade mode: 50 levels that you have to untangle as fast as possible. Speed is key, but if you’re too hasty you might just end up losing those hard-earned points…
* 5 beautiful, distinct worlds to discover.
* Each level is generated with an advanced AI algorithm, so every game you play is unique.
* Automatic game saving.
* High scores can be shared via Game Center.
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