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Rainbow Rapture [SassiBoB Review]
SassiBoB shows some love for Windows Phone 7 apps by reviewing one of the top free apps on the market called Rainbow Rapture by Kindling Games. With great graphics, catchy music, and the cute and morbid style, this game has been given the SassiBoB guarantee of cheering you up! Click on to see the video!
Quote from the developers:
Rainbow is unhappy with the way things turned out down below. He wants a clean slate. Help him wipe humanity off the face of the Earth.
– Slide down hills to build momentum
– Master gravity to get awesome air
– Smash into three kinds of power-ups
– Play new hills every time you start up
– Eat lots of people
Rainbow says, “THIS IS FREE! WHAT MORE COULD YOU WANT?”
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