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Cooper's Little Adventure

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Clicker

Game Platforms:

Flash

Development Status:

Completed

Version:

1.0

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Game Description

Cooper is a small dog that goes for a walk. The game follows the player collecting coins with Cooper, then using those to purchase upgrades to make collecting of coins faster. Coins can either be collected by letting the game idle or by actively clicking the screen to make Cooper jump to gather higher coins that would normally be out of reach.

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