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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 557d ago | review

TouchGen: Banana Kong Review

TouchGen: In the App Store, there is definitely no shortage of endless runners. Endless variations on Canabalt and Jetpack Joyride compete in the race to stand out just enough to be a hit. Banana Kong bets on its cute graphics and gullible gorilla, chased by a self-inflicted avalanche of banana peels. Do the fruits of the game offer sufficient incentive to run along with Kong? (Banana Kong, iPad, iPhone) 3/5

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