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Prism 3D

A totally new game testing your alertness and nimbleness. Accelerometer-controlled ball bouncing off 3D tiles. 25 levels. Incredibly smooth graphics. You can create your own levels through a dedicated level editor. Includes the infinite mode. You…

Prism 3D

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