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Opossum in Love

Opossum in Love
  • Publisher: Frank Meyer
  • Genre: Family
  • Released: 29 Jun, 2011
  • Size: 4.1 MB
  • Price: $0.99
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Spring is here and our opossum "Pippzi" is looking for her true love!

Pippzi’s admirers are already lovestruck and have decided to hang around. Unfortunately Pippzi has a little problem with its eyes and can’t tell the guys apart. Pippzi’s happiness is now in your hands, or rather in your fingers. Slide your fingers across the grass to move Pippzi’s eyes in the direction of the male opossums. Use two fingers to control both eyes, because both of the males could appear at the same time. Be as quick as possible so Pippzi never loses sight of the male opossums -- they are constantly on the move!
But beware: there’s an evil mountain lion who wants to have Pippzi for dinner. If she catches his eye, she’ll have to play dead and you’ve lost the game.

- "Opossum in Love" app, probably the best opossum game ever

- Find Pippzi’s big love

- Universal app runs on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad

- Supports iPhone 4 high-resolution Retina display

- Great hand-drawn cartoon graphics (Studio Quality)

- Crystal-clear sound effects add great atmosphere

Control and rules:

The game is played with two fingers, each moving one eye. The eye must move in the direction of a male opossum or be moved so that Pippzi can see him. Move your finger quickly, as several male opossums and mountain lions simultaneously appear on the screen.

Try to look at all the male opossums, but never look at the mountain lion ...

What's New in Version 1.1

- new iPad Display support


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