Beer Pong for Android
Almost everyone must have played this game during their high school times… After XDA member MattyMatt5481 made a question looking for a Beer Pong application for Android, we found it and posted it in the original thread. Throwing balls is very easy, it uses a similar mechanic as seen in Angry Birds: Pull the ball back, aim and shoot, Play it with your friends and share your high scores on line. Latest version features:
– 11 different tables
– Drunken camera
– 4 difficulty levels
– Play with your friends in a hot seat multi player game
Get it for free on the usual place.
Originally asked by MattyMatt5481
beer pong app?
Saw this app on iphone, ported to android at all?
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