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Creepy Cooker

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Clicker, Idler

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Flash

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In this addictive game, you can click the creeper icon to cook a creeper, then once you get up so much money, you can buy Zombies, and even skeletons to cook creepers for you! Note:Options for price osculation are in the options menu.

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