Telstra Corporation Dung
- Surprisingly tactile, appealing graphics, plenty of scope for re-playability, it stars a dung beetle
- Might be a bit too easy for experienced gamers
Project Joystick's debut title is an addictive little gem of a game that practically anyone can enjoy. If you're sick of nutting out endless sudoku puzzles on the train ride home, give it a try — you won't be disappointed. Despite its namesake, Dung is in no way a stinker.
Price$ 5.00 (AUD)
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