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Destroy Miami with a Flying Shark While Killing Time at Work

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LandSharks are lame. Swimming sharks are so passé. But a flying shark? Now that's a good time. That's the kind of awesome thing that could theoretically wreck sweet, sweet havoc on this city. 

New Grounds hosts a simple little Flash game called Miami Shark. The object: Destroy as many swimmers, sailboat, yachts, hang gliders, and helicopters along the Miami shoreline as possible. Yeah, the shark can swim, but make it dive deep and then leap into the air to deliver maximum carnage. 

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