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Tapadoo: tap to solve puzzles

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Google Play link: http://bit.ly/TapadooFreeReview

Info page with video and screenshots: http://android.nevosoft.com/games/tapadoo/ Press-Kit: http://android.nevosoft.com/games/tapadoo/presskit In-Game trailer link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZgH2zWI4QcQ

Tapadoo: tap to solve puzzles now available on Google Play St. Petersburg, Russia, June 7 , 2012.  Nevosoft, a top Russian casual game developer, announced the release of Tapadoo: addictive tap to solve puzzles with fantastic characters and doodle graphics. In Tapadoo funny pictures from the pages of an ordinary notebook are transformed into mind-bending puzzles. Each puzzle is a unique task, that has original funny graphics and doodle characters that have their own appearance, behaviour and assignments. The brain teasers vary. The player will need  to launch men to the moon in an unbelievable manner, calm the fierce King Kong, create some amazing styles for sheep, find out what of the elixir of youth is made of, and face with more incredible and unpredictable Tapadoo stories. Tapadoo is a funny and addictive puzzle game that’s also a good way to exercise your mental activity. Just use your brain and see for yourself! By the way, anyone who masters the game can laugh at their friend and family when they get stuck on these seemingly simple puzzles!  Each location provides a new brain challenging puzzle to solve. Puzzles consist of non-standard tasks that require you to find unusual way to solve them, however all the clues are quite obvious and just requires thinking outside the box. The adventure comes in the form of three level packs, each of which contains a huge number of extraordinary and witty tasks. The third level pack allows to the player to collect stars and open five bonus levels. And by the way, players will appreciate the comical graphics, simple, addictive gameplay, doodle characters and sense of humor from Tapadoo’s creators!Features:- A game for all ages- Hilarious…

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