Amazing Candy Jump - Don't Crush the Candy

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*** Attention: These SCARY Savings will make you SCREAM100% Sale to support Vietnam Navy. Tap FREE button to install now before promotion ends. ***Welcome the adventurous of square jumping candy. The long waited and anticipated Candy Jump Dont crush the candy game has been released to all markets for you to enjoy!The square candy takes extremely challenge by jumping over obstacles to improve the quality of sweet.With many levels from easy to difficult anyone waiting acumen and ingenuity to lead and help the candy to overcome all obstacles, to find the finishing line in fastest and least attemps. Of course after crossing all the obstacles that you will receive reward.If you are a big fan of running and jump game like temple run, subway surfers, despicable me minion rush and ninja run, then you cannot simply miss this game! Highlighted FeaturesSimple adventure game, suitable for all agesTouching Category makes you excitedBeautiful graphics, sounds and music with extreme high qualityThe high score will get you a rewardHow to playApplying skillful hands control device to touch and control the candy jump through all the hurdles and avoid the crush the candy. You need to be fast and patient. Big fire and gray stone will hinder you to do so, thats why you need to pay very careful attention.Each candy broken by collision, you will start playing againIts a good chance to improve your perseverance and patience to complete the full gamePlease send us your score or screenshot when you complete the game to us to get your reward. How to stay update and connectedYou can sign up to receive information and the best games of our latest by clicking LIKE us on Facebook : @ http://www.facebook.com/supercoolappteamSincere thanksSuper Cool App Team
Price USD0
License Free
File Size 24.15 MB
Version 3
Operating System iOS
System Requirements Compatible with iPod Touch (3rd generation or later, iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPad. iTunes account required.
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