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Description

Pipe Plumber Pop! is an addictive free puzzle game. Your goal is to connect pipes and destroy monsters as possible as you can. Different monsters have different skills. Watch out your HP, don’t let monsters hit them. Challenge yourself to be a pipes connect master, see how many pipelines you can connect and how many blocks you can clean up. 【How to play】 --Rotate the pipes by touching them and connect them as flow lines from left to right --Eliminate monsters which stick on pipes by clearing connected pipe flow --Kill monster before they drop down to the bottom of the screen. The more you kill the more scores you will get, or they will hit your HP. --Three kinds of items to help you defeat monsters  a)Cross style block item : replace any block in screen so that you can connect more pipes  b)HP Recovery item: recovery your HP so that you can survival longer  c)Lightening item: remove all blocks and monster immediately -- Collect gold by eliminate pipes so that you can buy more items to help you 【Key Features】 -Infinite level up -More new monsters will be on board when you level up -New playing for block puzzle -No time limited and no network needed -Google play supported and challenge with your friends -Save anytime, no need to worry about missing progress Pipes Connect is a new style game playing for block puzzle. It is a free, simple (yet challenging and addicting) puzzle game. Find out how much fun could be delivered by pipes!

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Published by

eday io

Developed by

eday io

Release date

23/01/2017

Approximate size

38.16 MB

Age rating

For ages 3 and up

Category

Puzzle & trivia

This app can

Access your Internet connection
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Installation

Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported

English (United States)
中文(中国)

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