We're finally back up to speed after last week's regrettable triple play, charging headfirst into 2012 with our mobile devices held up in front of our faces so we can't see a thing. What might we be playing when we stumble into traffic?
Speaking for myself, there's a good chance I'll severely dent someone's Prius with my shattered body while desperately attempting to defeat the boss on my third play-through of Muffin Knight, a game that gets progressively harder each time you finish it, while I fail to improve. They'll say I probably should have gone for Run Roo Run for the getting run over puns, or perhaps Zombie Wonderland 2 for the undead angle.
What I am trying to say is that I'm pretty sure the coroner will have to pluck shards of lovely mobile gaming device glass from my skull before putting on the makeup. Have a great weekend!
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