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One of my favorite methods of creating mobile apps is using Google Slides.

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Play The Oregon Trail

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  1. § Your initial target at the degree is 10000 points for one celebrity.

    § To attain one celebrity is very simple.

    § Then your normal goal is 20000 points for 2 celebrities, to achieve two stars is very simple.

    § Finally your goal is going to be 300000 points for three celebrities. To attain three stars is quite easy.

    § The components worth is simply 7900 points.

    § The level indicates very difficult.

    Reason of collapse

    You must gather at least four yellowish candies each moves. If You also could not collect this you'll fail in the level. The lucky candy may not help you at the plank. So try out to collect the yellow candy sequence. Attempt to make color bomb otherwise you cannot complete your order. Remove the marmalade first. Bring down all the components and remove them otherwise you won't triumph. With routine six colors candy is very simple to complete yellow candies sequence. That means you should to focus the normal candy.

    Therefore, amount 951 candy crush is types of very hard.

    Candy Crush Frog

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