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Submitted by JRocSupreme 741d ago | review

Indie Game HQ Review: ‘Apple Bin’ by Ruxar

In Indie Game HQ’s latest review, Nathan takes a look at Apple Bin by Ruxar. Apple Bin is a casual physics shooter and is available on Android and Window Phone. If you like what you see in the review and have a Windows phone, consider purchasing the Pro Version to help support the developer. All other links can be found at the end of the review. (Android, Apple Bin, Casual games, Mobile) 8.3/10

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