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Talking Tom Cat Game for Android
Ok, so you have kids and you dare to lend them your expensive Android device to play with, uh? XDA member Davidandroid posted about this simple and funny game. Be ready to use 12MB of storage and bandwidth to play with Tom.
Talk to Tom and he will repeat everything you say with a funny voice, pet his body or head to make him purr, poke his head, belly, or feet. It will make you laugh for a while. The developer states works fine with Apps2Sd on Froyo but should work on other versions as well.
Originally posted by Davidandroid
Talking Tom Cat, so funny
“My daughter and I had so much fun with this application we just couldn’t stop laughing thank you, had tears rolling down my cheeks I was laughing so hard”
Talking Tom is an addictive and interactive pet cat game for iPhone/ iPad and Android. Tom responds to your touch and repeats everything you say with a funny voice. A funny app that is a must-try and must-have for funny moments. Children gonna love that! BTW, be ready to spin out around 12MB of storage and bandwidth to play with Tom. But it’s worth, really. Works fine with Apps2Sd on Froyo.
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