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WMSuperEnalotto & WMWin4Life for Italian Members
For those of you familiar with the applications by XDA member savrix85, here we have another one made especially for Italian members. SuperEnalotto will let you play Italian Lottery where you have to guess a series of six numbers ranging from 1 to 90. The developer presents also WMWin4Life, another lottery game, in which you have two choices to play. If you win, don´t forget to share your prize with us
Originally posted by savrix85
[APP][30-Aug-2010]WMSuperEnalotto – Generate SuperEnalotto combinations (ITA)
Now, this app was originally targeted for Italian users, since it’s meant to work for one of our national lotteries. But then again, if you play a lottery where, in order to win, you have to guess a series of six numbers ranging from 1 to 90… then it’ll work fine for you as well.
Install it, click on the “Genera” button and you’ll get the numbers you need to play.
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