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  2. Cookie Run: Kingdom - Wikipedia

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    Cookie Run: Kingdom is an action role-playing gacha game by Devsisters and the sixth game in the Cookie Run series. It was announced on November 28, 2020 and released worldwide on January 19, 2021 on Android and iOS. On July 12, 2023, it was released on Google Play Games on PC . The game features new Cookies and over 200 levels.

  3. Cookie Run - Wikipedia

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    Cookie Run: Kingdom was released on 19-21 January 2021 worldwide and had its official English release on 8 October 2021., Unlike the previous games, Cookie Run: Kingdom takes place in an alternate universe and is a mix of a collectible RPG and a social kingdom-building game. It features new Cookies and over 200 levels.

  4. Devsisters - Wikipedia

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    Devsisters Corporation ( Korean: 데브시스터즈 주식회사) (logo stylized as DEVSISTERS) is a South Korean company focusing on manufacturing and developing mobile entertainment and gaming apps, founded in 2007. Currently, Devsisters is widely known as the developer of Cookie Run, using popular instant messaging platforms, such as ...

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  6. Cookie Run (video game) - Wikipedia

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    LINE: 29 January 2014. Cookie Run ( Hangul: 쿠키런; RR Kukileon) (also known as Cookie Run: Classic) is an online mobile endless running game in the Cookie Run series created by Devsisters. The game is motivated by The Gingerbread Man, a famous fairy tale. The game was released on 2 April 2013 for Kakao, [1] and 29 January 2014 for LINE.

  7. ISO 3166-2:GB - Wikipedia

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    ISO 3166-2:GB is the entry for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in ISO 3166-2, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which defines codes for the names of the principal subdivisions (e.g., provinces or states) of all countries coded in ISO 3166-1.

  8. List of transponder codes - Wikipedia

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    0041–0057. Belgium. Assigned for VFR traffic under Flight Information Services (BXL FIC). [citation needed] 0100. Australia. Flights operating at aerodromes (in lieu of codes 1200, 2000 or 3000 when assigned by ATC or noted in the Enroute Supplement). [6] 0100–0400.

  9. Konami Code - Wikipedia

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    The Konami Code ( Japanese: コナミコマンド, Konami Komando, "Konami command "), also commonly referred to as the Contra Code and sometimes the 30 Lives code, is a cheat code that appears in many Konami video games, [1] as well as some non-Konami games. [2] In the original code, the player has to press the following sequence of buttons on ...