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Freeware 17.69 MB

Window 8 Compatible

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iPliable is a free game ( no ads, no spyware, no in app purchases). You have to throw a metallic ball to break some falling colored bricks. You know the drill, if you hit a zone of the same color, all the bricks are destroyed ! Many bonuses will show here and there, they will help you increase your score. Each round of filled lines will drop down, and the game will get a little faster. Dont panic, it wont help you. At the beginning of the game you get some help to aim right, after a few rounds you'll be on your own. This is a game that can be played quickly during a coffee break, it's fun and each game doesn't last very long, perfect to relax your mind. Relax, and throw well !

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