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Test your balancing skills in Amazing Acrobats, a web/HTML5 game that mixes Tetris and physics game-play!

Try to place all 50 acrobats and form the tallest human tower! The current world record stands at 13.34 meters, can you beat this?

The game was developed using Cocos Creator and Typescript.

Enjoy!


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