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Submitted by Buff1044 836d ago | review

Smurf Life Review (Modojo)

Chris Buffa (Modojo): Gargamel is up to his old tricks in Capcom and Beeline Interactive's free-to-play effort, Smurf Life. The follow-up to Smurfs' Village, this iPhone and iPad title does a fine job capturing the spirit of the Smurf franchise while at the same time incorporating freemium features that by now should be familiar to iOS users. How long you intend to play heavily depends on how much you're willing to pay, but you already knew that, right? (iPad, iPhone, Smurf Life) 4/5

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