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Meet the cutest and deadliest little critter in the desert, the howling Grasshopper Mouse! Run and jump through the stunning Sonoran wilderness with simple and addictive one-touch gameplay.
Your baby mice are lost throughout the desert, and you’ve got to race to find them before the Great Horned Owl catches them! Explore 10 levels collecting grasshoppers, fending off scorpions and spiders, leaping across dangerous terrain, and boosting off the backs of stink bugs. Beat the Sunset Zone and unlock new level challenges that only the swiftest of mice can complete. Purchase additional game zones with 30 more levels, or let the Super Mouse get you past difficult levels.
Includes achievement support through Game Center.
This latest game from Nat Geo WILD is an adventure inspired by one crazy little mouse that lives in the Sonoran desert and howls at the moon to mark his territory! Learn more about the little critter, his friends and foes through in-game facts and custom videos.
- iPhone 5 Support
- Language support for Danish, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Turkish, Standard Chinese
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- Last changed:
- Dec 14, 2012
- National Geographic Society
- Average Rating:
- 4.50 (149)
- 43.6 MB
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