Occupied for Windows Phone 7
Here is a rather fun game for those boring times traveling on the subway or bus on your way home. XDA member Purple11 wrote about Occupied for your Windows Phone 7. In Occupied, you play as the head of restroom optimization at Waterloo :D, and your objective is to get people quickly into the airport restrooms before their plane leaves. You will fight against time, broken lights, androids, impatient kids, and more.
The developer mentions that more levels are coming soon, so watch out for updates. You can get it for free in the usual place and all we need in exchange is your feedback, so please participate.
Originally posted by Purple11
Occupied – Nice game
Nice graphics and sound and good free game to play. Check it out!
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