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I'm not gonna kid you, I failed to get all the coins come the end off this game, maybe you can do better?

Play  Llamas in Distress (Enjoy the silly enjoyment this game brings, and why not tell me about how you did in the comments?)

My top 3 websites for flash games have always been either Addicting Games, Miniclip or Kongregate. I have always found flash games to be a source of enjoyment and the games from these sites have helped me understand this (along with other websites of course).

The next game is one that everyone of my friends have played at least once: (I see that the players sometimes don't work, so to play just click the link!).


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