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How it Works:
- Water (rain) helps the trees to grow and gets rid of dry land. But let it rain too much and you will have excess water on the land.
- Sun reduces this excess water on the land, but too much of it will create excess dust.
- Air (wind) reduces the growth of trees, makes the land cracked and dry, but it also blows away the excess dust.
In addition:
- Items will fall randomly as you increase your score. Tapping on the items will help you to restore the earth's balance.
Too much water, dust, or dry land will be the end of the game.
As you balance the elements, your score will increase! How long can you keep the trees free from disaster?
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