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* Innovative game concept
* Amazingly fluid and realistic physics
* Rescue three or more balls by swiping through them
* Dozens of balls are onscreen, with more added every second
* Eight different types of balls, each with its own mass and elasticity
* Intuitive and super easy to pick up controls
* Easy and straightforward learning process with in-game tutorial
* Levels may be played over and over to reach a new high score for that puzzle
* Balls bounce, slide, collide, rotate, and roll through wooden mechanical mazes
* Rescue balls as quickly as possible to prevent any ball falling into the electro zapper
* 35 fun and challenging levels with a smooth difficulty curve
* Game Center leader boards & achievements
* Retina display support for the iPhone 4
* Multiple music themes
* Frequent level pack updates
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