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Game – Teleport7 for Windows Phone 7
XDA member enahs_ presents his first game for Windows Phone 7: Teleport 7. This is an addictive, simple, and fun game, which consists of teleporting away from the oncoming rectangles where you can find up to seven at a time. For each new game, the rectangles are randomly different to make the game play infinite.
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Originally posted by enahs_
As I have learned more and more about programing I made a program finally with animation and interaction and such! It is a pretty fun game in which you Teleport around to avoid the oncoming evil enemy rectangles! Its quite simple, but still pretty darn fun to play. Give it a try!
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