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Gary's Gravity Challenge

Once again, Kidzworld is bringing you a cool, free online game you can play on your PC! In this adventure, Gary needs to get back into orbit, way up high in space. The problem is, he's stuck in the center of the earth. Your challenge is to bounce Gary from one platform to another (on rocks, crabs or clouds,) until he's back in space, where he belongs! Do you think you have what it takes to take on gravity head-on? Play Gary's Gravity Challenge now and find out!

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