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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 816d ago | review

Touch Arcade: The Amazing Spider-Man Review

Touch Arcade: When I was a kid I had a jumping-jack toy that looked like a dancing cossack. He was a little wooden man with a pull-string dangling between his legs, and when you tugged on the string his arms would move up and down, as if he were jumping, or dancing. Every Christmas he’d get pinned to the coat closet, and I’d spend way too much time making him dance to the hummed tune of the Tetris theme (I was obviously not a very politically correct child, growing up on a farm in rural Virginia). (iPad, iPhone, The Amazing Spider-Man) 2/5

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