Have Some SnowBall Fun with SnowBall Fight for Android
Holidays are a time to break free from the routine, relax, and have fun with friends and family. While the Holiday season may be coming to a close, there is still some Holiday cheer to be had. If you’re lucky enough to be living at a place with a white winter, what better way to have fun with your loved ones than to go out and have a good old fashioned snowball fight?
If you’re far from snowfall or your town just didn’t get any in time for these holidays, fret not! While it’s not exactly the real deal, XDA Forum Member ihitang has brought the snowball fighting experience straight to your Android devices in form of SnowBall Fun.
The free game recently received its winter update, which adds five new virtual towns, new characters and a Christmas tree to the gameplay. And to add some more holiday spirit to the fun, the more you play, the more ornaments you win to decorate the tree with!
So whether you’re craving snow or are tired of getting cold out, and don’t want to miss out on the fun, head over to the original thread, follow the Play Store Link, and get some snowball brawls going!
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