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Joe Danger Touch on sale, new mode added


3:00 AM on 07.11.2013
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Joe Danger Touch for the iOS is now on sale! You can grab  it for $0.99/£0.69, 66% off the normal price.

As for everyone that already owns the game, you can go and update it for the a new mode called the Calendar Tour. This mode will give you a new level to take on everyday. Complete a weekly set of levels and you'll then be able to move on to a new set of harder stages the following week. The update also adds five new characters to play as, such as a ninja and a pirate.

$0.99 is a steal for Joe Danger Touch! Seriously, it's a great game. Check out our review for it.








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