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I think this page should be merged with Running of the Bull's-eye since both games share the same melody, like how Paddle Parade is essentially Penguin Shuffle.
The preceding unsigned comment was added by DatGoodHomie (talk).
- Well, despite the obvious similarities, the gameplay for both microgames is different enough to warrant separate articles (Running of the Bull's-eye has the player shoot a moving target at a vertical angle, whereas in Love Struck, the player must shoot a heart which is stationary on all three difficulty levels, and where the arrow is actually affected by gravity.) Paddle Parade, on the other hand, is completely identical to Penguin Shuffle minus the aesthetic appearance. (T|C) 07:36, 21 September 2018 (EDT)
- Honestly, I'm a guy that's concerned about reused music. DatGoodHomie (talk) 07:43, 28 September 2018 (EDT)DatGoodHomie
I agree with DatGoodHomie, they wouldn't reuse music from Touched! if it was supposed to be a new microgame. Sure, the gameplay between the two varies, but in the end, they're both games involving using the touch screen to pull back and use an arrow. I think they should be on the same page. Soy GreenToxic. (talk·edits) 09:39, October 10, 2019 (EDT)