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Joe Danger Touch Review | TGR

TGR writes:

"Joe Danger has already made a name for himself on consoles, with the recent Joe Danger: The Movie ending up as a superb sequel to one of the most addictive and wrist-crippling games ever seen. But now, thanks to a bit of a side-project at Hello Games, Joe’s back on iOS allowing the same addictive gameplay on iPhones, iPads and iPods. But with there being so much to do in previous games, and a huge range of tricks, does it really translate to the mobile platform? Well, yes. Holy hell, yes it does." (iPad, iPhone, Joe Danger Touch) 10/10

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