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Submitted by JBedford 400d ago | review

Bloody Harry Review (Modojo)

John Bedford (Modojo): If you're looking for sophistication, innovation or the kind of quirky indie delight that only the App Store can provide, it's safe to say that Bloody Harry is not the game for you. Instead, you can expect to assume the role of Bloody Harry, a violent organic cook on a mission to chop up the world's vegetable zombies in order to cook up a storm. (Bloody Harry, iPad, iPhone) 3/5

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