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Room of Art 6

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Rooms of Art 6 challenges you to find all 130 hidden objects scattered across a cool painting. Choose between 2 difficulty modes and collect all the lost items. The hard mode will give you more points for each found object. Enjoy Rooms of Art 6!

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