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Prehistoric Journey

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Take this exciting journey with Abama! You will face cunning enemies, traps, and obstacles! Only the strongest and cleverest will be able to collect all bonuses and free their friends on their way! Natural springness of our brave Abama will help You to knock out your enemies: no one will stand if he hops on them and strikes with his heavy club! All fans of arcade platformers will like our journey. Lots of exciting battles and funny characters await You! Together You will go through this adventure!

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