orb3000 · Apr 5, 2011 at 09:00 am

HangNews for Windows Phone 7

Surely you remember the game hangman. Well, now thanks to XDA member skirep, you can have it on your Windows phone 7. In Hang News, you have to guess words from newspaper headlines in order to find out what’s going on in the world. You´ll never repeat any solved headline because you can update all the headlines anytime and anywhere if data connection is available. English, Catalan and Spanish languages are supported.
You can get your free copy on the market.

Originally posted by skirep
Name: HangNews Free

Description:

Have you ever want to have fun and stay abreast of worldwide news? HangNews is your game. Discover headlines while you play hangman!
HangNews have different game modes that will make you want to play it again and again.
HangNews supports three different languages, english, catalan and spanish. Learn languages, stay tuned and have fun while you play HangNews.

Now you can download it, totally free

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