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Triples come from the planet Trigalax, a planet located on the outer rim of a galaxy far, far away. A long time ago, a nearby star exploded above their beloved planet, creating a huge swirling vortex that sucked up all its inhabitants and sent them onto a strange new planet in a parallel universe. Lost and scattered all over this incredible new world, Triples are magical little creatures that have special powers when they come together in groups of 3 or more. Only by joining together can they be teleported back to their own world. Can you help the Triples get back home?

Featuring ever-popular match-3 game mechanics and a simple, easy-to-use swiping motion, players are challenged to earn points by flinging three or more Triples of the same color into different areas of the puzzle so they ‘connect’ with one another.

In a world of 12 beautiful settings and 48 evolving backgrounds, Triple Trouble tests all of a player’s skill to complete a variety of tricky skill challenges and out-of-this-world obstacles - think fans, springs, and moving objects - to get to the game’s higher levels.

· Easy-to-use gameplay mechanics
· 48 unique levels provide hours of entertainment
· 12 beautiful settings with many surprising challenges
· Out-of-this-world obstacles
· Realistically reacting world
· Addictive physics puzzles
· Leaderboards & Achievements on Game Center
· Facebook and Twitter integration
· Comprehensive help function with in-game tutorial
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