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- Features four unique themes with a total of 45 levels to play through (plus five additional bonus levels with unique mechanics)
- A powerful, easy to use level editor with built-in visual scripting to create complex levels with ease. The same tools used to develop the game
- Compete for the best time/completion rate with score-based, online leaderboards for each level, including custom maps
- You decide how your custom level is played with custom win and lose states
- Built-in online level browser for sharing custom maps with people around the world
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