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Little Green Mars Dude V6.2.0

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Go on a massive mars 40 level adventure with a mars spy named Mars Dude (weard right?) Now with 40 Levels Sent to earth he was tricked by the Mars ruler. He was traped in the mars intel building, finding a weard portal he was stuck in space...

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  • FULL Update Support!
  • Latest Version V6.2.00
  • Windows Game Folder Codee Support!
  • Works with WINDOWS-(Vista 64x+ Bit,Windows 7 64x+ Bit) HD
  • Built in updater
  • 100% Custom Made Spriting
  • 90% All YoYo Gamemaker Coding!
  • VVV--------Requirments---------VVV
  • *(Prefered) 4.5 system rating! Rating needed (2.5)
  • *Ability to run MIN 100,000Kb of Memory (PWS)Note: thats just the game!!! O_O WTF ?!?! XD
  • *Must have at least 3GB of RAM O_O.... DAM!!!!!
  • *Must have 64x bit or higher operating system using Vista, Win 7,....
  • *This is not the last update! Always check for updates!
  • *Should have working internet in order to run correctly! :P
  • *MUST have .MSI/.EXE running capabilitys
  • VVV-------Newest Updates--------VVV
  • GREAT NEWS!!!! A MAC version of the game may be avalable by the end of the year just around chrismas!!! WoOt!!! :D
  • Coming out with a few updates make sure to check for them! :D


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