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Play Rugby!

By annie.bru

Basic Rules

Single Player
Move Player laterally on board to catch objects as they fall
7 Objects representing Components: Starter, Injury-Free, Spirit, League Champion, Fundraiser, Referee, Leader
10 of each object caught moves player closer to Goal in one Component
(this increases as you pass through levels)

Must achieve 4 Components to Finish Level
6 Levels – Freshman Rookie, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Super Senior, Alumni

As game continues, items begin to drop faster, but player moves slightly faster as well.
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