FLAPS is a fast paced arcade marble game where the objective is to use flaps to guide the falling marbles into their proper slots at the bottom of the game board. Strategy and quick thinking are a must as new objects are introduced on higher levels.
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Description: FLAPS is a fast paced arcade marble game where the objective is to use flaps to guide the falling marbles into their proper slots at the bottom of the game board. Strategy and quick thinking are a must as new objects are introduced on higher levels to add the the challenge. Flaps comes with a host of options and offers 25 exciting levels of play. Are you a Master Flapper?
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