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Construction Breaker

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 Construction Breaker
Construction Breaker Use the mouse to draw the cut lines Cut the shapes to make them all fall below the line on the screen and pass the level. But be careful! You only have three possible cuts in each level and need to make them count! This relaxing and addictive puzzle will have you scratching your head a few times as you test your logic skills to get to the solution!

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