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As the enemies jump up and down, their eyeballs grow and shrink. As you keep your finger on the screen to steady your aim, your blast grows and shrinks. The bigger the bullet and the bigger the eyeball, the bigger the explosion. Big explosions envelop other eyeballs and become enormous explosions. Then there are the guys that are four times bigger than the other guys.

ZiGGURAT is controlled entirely via horizontal sweeps on the bottom edge of the screen - this way, players don't have to obscure the action by tapping their fingers all over the screen, like in many other iOS games.

ZiGGURAT is chaotic: it's going to freak you out. You'll want to survive long enough to see the sun set in the background, to see what happens when the moon comes out, to hear the music sweep in and out of alternating epic and quiet movements.
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