<p>Fetching Furballs is a physics-based action game from indie developer Daniel Noorduin that sees playing exploring an alien world where they'll be tasked with rescue fuzzy little creatures by solving various puzzles. It's available now as a premium title for iOS.</p><p>Players will take control of a red ship that comes equipped with a useful hook attachment. The aim of each stage will be to use that hook to pick up one of the titular furballs and pop them in a container back at the start of the level. There will be plenty of hazards trying to stop this from happening though.</p>
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4、Truck Simulator; Ultimate Mod Apk is an alternate and modified variant of the original game. This is done to provide the users with enhanced gameplay performance and sort out some of the common queries faced by the users. We provide users with an unlimited amount of money, coins, diamonds, gems, and points that users can use to upgrade various gameplay elements. They can also use the endless features for a longer duration. Purchase any items from the inbuilt store and unlock different potential levels in the game itself.<p>Angry Birds Star Wars II has been updated with a bunch of new content that ties in with the new Star Wars: Rebels animated series.</p><p>There are 24 new levels set around the current episode, as well as 12 new characters from the series. You can hunt down Jedi, or join the burgeoning rebellion and be cool like Han Solo. Or something.</p><p>You also get 16 new 'Master your Destiny" levels, which let you choose your own roster of birds, and require you to think about the best way to smash up all those piggy gits.</p><p>The update is live on the Google Play Store [download] and the App Store [download] right now, and it won't cost you a thing to pick it up if you've already bought Angry Birds Star Wars II.</p>
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